Energy savings at school
How can the 65,000 educational establishments in France meet the challenge of the climate emergency while reducing operating costs and improving learning conditions for students and working conditions for teachers? A new white paper from Saint-Gobain Solutions France provides some concrete answers.
Whether new or old, school buildings must also adapt to the climate emergency, as well as evolving to keep pace with new teaching methods. This dual challenge must take center stage in all construction and renovation projects for the 65,000 establishments in France today. To this end, the Group has carried out a comprehensive analysis of these growth markets, notably through the actions of Saint-Gobain Solutions France.
This proactive approach has resulted in a white paper, Educational establishments: current and future challenges. The document addresses issues such as energy performance, designing the school of tomorrow, and improving comfort and quality of use for students and teachers.
All issues for which Saint-Gobain provides practical solutions to:
- treat the building shell and its acoustics;
- improve indoor air quality;
- enhance lighting comfort;
- decarbonize at a competitive cost.