Climate of buildings in the tertiary sector, which involves the services business and residential for nearly 40% of total energy consumption in the building, which measures energy efficiency savings is a major energy-economic and environmental. At present, the CTE, is the legislation that governs the design of new buildings and their restoration. This law sets the rates and energy saving measures in the enclosure and indoor facilities, ensuring user comfort. But if you look more closely, both the design of new construction and the restoration design, have to take into account the materials, shape, envelope design, the methodology of calculation of the needs, air conditioners, both generation and distribution facilities plus additional interior and especially the user. Taking into account all these factors and implementing energy efficiency, manages to climate, which not only maintains its level of comfort, but also helps reduce fatigue by reducing energy consumption.
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