30 September 2016

Action plan

1. Entrance

The latest energy-saving solutions and technical improvements offer great potential for energy savings.

2. Energy Efficiency Action Plan

Operation, maintenance and technical supervision

Technical installations of the building will be under constant supervision provided by an external company providing 24-hour service and monitoring.

Measurement and verification plan

A measurement and verification plan will be implemented to assess the energy efficiency of the building and to ensure its continuous optimisation.

Energy simulations of a building

In order to obtain reliable information about the building, it is assumed that extended analyses based on energy simulations will be carried out.

Adjustment of the installation

Technical installations shall be adjusted after the commissioning of the buildings and individually, separately within the framework of building occupancy, to take into account the individual requirements of the Tenants, the number of users and the actual working hours.

3. Action plan on quality assurance for the internal environment

Segregation of waste

Buildings generate significant amounts of waste every day. To reduce the amount of waste, a waste management policy will be put in place that will identify public areas for the separation of recyclable waste such as paper, plastic, glass and batteries.

Removal of air pollution sources

Materials that are as least toxic as possible should be used to prevent the emission of pollutants in the building.

Maintenance of the water and sewage system

Faults in the water and sewage system, fire protection system, central heating system, technological heat, air conditioning and heat distribution system should be regularly eliminated in the building.

Water policy

A cold water leakage detection system will be installed so that significant water losses can be avoided, which would otherwise be unnoticed.

4. Raise awareness of employees, staff and users of the building

The energy consumption of a building largely depends on the occupants and the way in which they use the installed equipment and systems.