Zero Energy Buildings
Energy efficiency buildings are crucial for the biggest challenge of our time: reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions. Curbing carbon emissions is a global issue and vital for the health of our planet, and has already become a problem for most developed countries. European and international political organizations have taken a series of measures by establishing a set of guidelines in order to reduce energy consumption in buildings by 20% before 2020, consequently drastically reducing carbon emissions.
In the EU, only public buildings from constructed from 2018 and private buildings after 2020 will be allowed to be built with zero energy consumption (Zeb).
Zeb are residential or commercial buildings with construction technology for maximum energy savings with the capacity to produce energy from renewable sources in order to meet its needs. In these buildings, energy consumption is zero, and any unused energy produced by photovoltaic systems can be stored for further use, or distributed as a resource for the community.
The main role for the certification of a building with zero energy consumption is based on the functionality and features of the implemented façade. These envelopments produce thermal insulation and clean solar energy through photovoltaic systems. Many years of research of scientific and technological experiments in laboratories, experience led by German expertise in the construction industry, has lead to the development of this sector’s best façade products, creating today’s most advanced buildings. Thanks to Aluflor, this superior technology is now available in Albania.
- Near zero energy consumption and carbon emissions
- Green energy production and maximum energy efficiency
- 100% environmentally safe.
- A beautiful new world for work and life.