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Accélérer la rénovation énergétique par l’industrialisation
Sustainable construction

Wednesday December 18th, 2019

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Using industrialisation to accelerate the energy revolution

One of the most significant potential areas for saving energy and greenhouse gases is the thermal renovation of buildings. But we are not renovating enough. The method needs to change, and this will probably happen via industrialisation. Industrialisation, boosted by the European EnergieSprong project, means improved performance and quality of use.

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