The principle of "energy efficiency first" is behind the policies established in the European Commission’s European Green Deal. The member states undertake to achieve the energy objectives by resorting to renewable sources and a significant increase in energy efficiency in buildings, which are responsible for approximately 36% of the total CO2 emissions in the EU. Consequently, many member states have decided to take steps aimed at improving efficiency in buildings, both in the public and private sector.
The European Green Deal is also a lifeline for emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic. A third of the €1.8 billion investment of the EU Next Generation recovery plan and the EU’s seven-year budget will finance the European Green Deal.
EVCO is willing to play an active role in this green energy transition, supplying HVAC and cooling manufacturers with control solutions that contain inverter and high efficiency technology that is ideal for their equipment.
Improved efficiency in buildings is mainly achieved by optimising HVAC systems, where providing the equipment with smart technology capable of interacting immediately in response to the changes in the system is essential to guaranteeing minimal energy use.
EVCO has a wide range of freely programmable and configurable controllers, with specific function management to control different machines, capable of guaranteeing optimal system performance depending on their application.
Klicon encourages everyone to check out their line of NODE controllers by EVCO from Climatización y Control SL, parametric controls for UTAs with up to 40 E/S, 2 Modbus ports, 1 CANBUS port, 1 USB port, 1 Ethernet port with Web Server capability, Modbus TCP, BACnet IP and MSTP.