Future construction - energy efficient buildings

According to the World Green Building Council, the area in buildings by the year 2050 around the world will double to more than 415 billion square meters, and the associated energy demand may increase by as much as 50%.

The next era of energy-efficient buildings is likely to include a number of cutting-edge features, such as energy-efficient lighting, high-performance building materials and flexible layouts and structures that can be easily adapted to different applications over time.

According to a recent report by the Futurology Foundation NHBC, by 2050, many energy-efficient homes will function as mini-renewable power plants that can collect energy from solar energy and wind and store it in a domestic battery used to create electricity, heat, and charging electric vehicles.

Highly efficient thermal insulation PIR is often the key to maximizing the energy efficiency of a building and has been widely used in the thermal insulation of roofs, walls, floors, and other systems. ISOPIR boards with a minimum material thickness provide insulating performance five times better than commonly used insulation materials.

Detailed information on ISOPIR boards can be found in the Thermal Insulation section.