Climate change also poses major challenges for building services engineering: On the one hand, the consumption of fossil fuels must be drastically reduced in order to reduce CO2 emissions. On the other hand, it is necessary to find answers to the scarcity of the resource water and its critical impact on hygiene.

Conventional and technologically proven models for heat generation, potable water consumption, potable water supply and hot water preparation need to be fundamentally challenged.

The new white paper from Viega outlines the role of the technical planners in supporting these developments with climate-resilient, primary energy and water-saving potable water installations that are adapted to changing environmental conditions. For example, by helping to reduce energy and water consumption.

In 2020, Viega shared their expertise with REHVA when they wrote an insightful article in our REHVA Journal! Discover the article here.

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