eu.bac 20-year anniversary

Last week, eu.bac hosted an event celebrating 20 years at The Hotel in Brussels. The event was a success, with a great turnout, insightful discussions and experts enlightening the energy community in Brussels. Here are a few major takeaways from the panel.

“On BACS, over the past three months, we have secured good language, and we are happy to move forward with that.”

Mr Baynes

“If we have a working BACS system, you can save between 25% and 50% of energy consumption, depending on the application. Therefore, it is important to remember that BACS are the crucial first for any renovation. It’s proven and cost-effective technology.”

Mr Smid

“Having the right set of measures that go together, for the envelope, for the equipment, and for the controls is more crucial than ever. Therefore, we must be working together for an ambitious implementation.”

Mr Joyce

“We aimed to reduce our energy consumption by 10% by 2024. To do that, in 2022, we identified the BACS as the key element to achieve our goals because they allow quick energy gains with minimal costs.”

Ms Corlouer

“We need to distinguish between raw and processed data, which are intellectual property and create value around that data. Raw data is a compromise whereas processed data cannot be for free because it requires money, tools and expertise to produce it.”

Mr Stamatoukos
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