“If the indoor environment is comfortable, work efficiency is on average 60% higher.”
Joseph Allen, Harvard University, Center for Health and the Global Environment
Cold indoors in the summer, hot indoors in the winter.
Everyone has experienced this.
The inconvenience caused by poor indoor management is also a major factor of energy waste.
This happens because of a lack of understanding of user satisfaction.
People spend more than 90% of their time indoors. The indoor environment not only improves your productivity, but also the quality of life.
This is why building energy management must actively manage user satisfaction.
When you lower or raise the room temperature by 1°C, 7-9% of energy is used.
Changing the room temperature as needed without fixing it will save energy while maintaining the optimum room temperature. If user satisfaction can be applied as a basis for adjustment, it will be the best building energy management program.