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Energy renovation and future buildings are part of the solution to the world’s climate and energy challenges. 

With the Paris Agreement, adopted by 195 countries at the COP21 conference in Paris in December 2015, the world committed itself to containing climate change. As buildings account for almost 40% of energy used and 37% of carbon emissions in Europe, a greater focus on energy savings in buildings could play a pivotal role in reducing the impact of modern living. Thus, the time is right for a paradigm shift in the way we design and organise the buildings we live, work and play in.

Energy efficiency in buildings represents a huge, untapped potential, not only in terms of using the world’s resources in a smarter way, but also in terms of boosting economic activity, growth and jobs

Jørgen Tang-Jensen, former CEO, the VELUX Group

Energy performance



of today’s buildings will still be in use in 2050


of existing buildings are not energy efficient


of Europe’s energy is used in buildings

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