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New research highlights untapped potential in European industry

A new report published by the “Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research” in Karlsruhe and co-funded by the ROCKWOOL Group, examines how to improve the energy efficiency of European industry and offers a number of precise recommendations on how to release the untapped potential

Ontario Home Energy Conservation Program

The more efficient your home, the more comfortable it will be. With the Enbridge's Smart Savings program, you can get up to $1750 back when you upgrade attic, basement and exterior wall insulation!

Energy Efficiency

Energy efficiency can reduce the environmental footprint of a growing population

Make a more comfortable home

Upgrading insulation creates a better living environment and saves money.

The house that hardly needs heating

Very high levels of insulation are a key element of passive construction, which keeps heat losses so low that a house can be kept warm either without heating or just by preheating the fresh air entering rooms.

Welcome to the zero-energy house

Built with the right techniques, a home can produce as much energy as it uses.

Hidden potential in industry energy savings

With payback in two years or less, investing in insulation could save industry millions.

Examples of Common Spaces

Common applications of STC wall solutions include retail, office, healthcare and education. See the article for recommendations on the Sound Transmission Class for each based on the unique noise challenges involved in achieving occupant comfort.

Putting renovation on the agenda

Renovating buildings to reduce energy demand is a key tool to combat climate change. One of the rare areas where the co-benefits by far outweigh the investments is energy efficiency improvements in buildings.

The Nova Scotia Power Corporate Headquarters

The Nova Scotia Power [NSP] Corporate Headquarters occupies a decommissioned generating plant in a prominent location in downtown Halifax, with significant frontage on the public board-walk that lines the western edge of Halifax harbor.