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Why monitor your Indoor Air Quality?

What is Indoor Air Quality? Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the quality of the air inside a building, house or apartment, in particular relating to the well-being of the inhabitants of that building. Approximately 90% of our time is spent indoors, so having a healthy interior environment is crucial. Understanding where IAQ comes from and the impact it has on people’s health is important in order to take the necessary measures to improve indoor air quality.
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Energy saving measures: here is how you can act

Whether you want to save energy for your industrial park, for your offices or for your residential buildings, we’ve got you covered. As displayed in our previous article, everybody can play its role in saving gas consumption, and energy as a whole. In a time of extreme crisis, climate change and war, every action matters. But it can be overwhelming and seem complicated. This is why we made a list of everything you can do, whatever your sector.
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Energy saving in times of war: can we cut out Russian gas entirely?

The rising tensions between Europe and Russia in the past months have seen an unprecedented increase in sanctions from the Bloc towards the Russian Federation. The latter has become the most sanctioned country in the World, mechanically affecting trade. Amongst the sanctions, the question of Russian gas has been central in the public and political debate. It is known that Europe uses Russia’s gas, and Russia gladly takes in the euros from that exchange.
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Optimising temperature with the Heating and Cooling Degree Days

Ever wondered how the Enectiva software simply knows the temperature outside? And how does it use it to adapt the energy consumption to maximise the effects and minimise the costs? Amongst the different solutions, there is the use of the IPMVP, predictive technology and AI, and the one we will focus on in this article: the measure of Heating & Cooling Degree Days. How does it work? Enectiva uses a premium version of the Accuweather service to connect to the closest weather station to the designated building, and uses the temperature data to compute the relation between outside temperature and energy consumption.
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Thermostatic valves: the smart meter for a smart energy management

Seasons, weather conditions, facility usage, there are dozens of reasons for temperature variations. Heating and cooling systems are essential, and have to deal with the daily fluctuations. The most cost-efficient way of dealing with the fluctuations is to use smart technologies, such as thermostatic valves which operate based on LoraWan Technology. The smart valve monitors and controls the temperature and humidity from a distance. The parameters can easily be modified online from a distance, or like the good old times by simply rotating the outer ring.
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