Reducing Energy Losses in Hot Climates – Two Cases from the Middle East

In the Middle East, around 70% of energy losses occur through buildings. Many buildings are constantly cooled down and are poorly insulated: Walls can have U-values up to 2.5 W/m2K.

Our partner SIFS (Smart Insulation Finishing Systems) in Dubai regularly uses greenTEG’s U-value measurement systems together with infrared imaging for energy audits and refurbishment planning in the Middle East.

Recently, SIFS used the gO Measurement System for energy audits of an Arabian villa and of a reception hall in Kuwait. Here, you can get some impressions from their work and their results.

Download the Project Description and Results

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