We are ideally positioned to accompany the real estate industry in meeting the challenges of the energy transition as a leading energy service provider.
Climate change remains one of the major global challenges. The related political intentions to reduce CO₂-emissions are clearly defined at both the European and national levels. Achieving the 1.5 degree target is of particular importance. This target is ambitious – but correct and important. It poses a number of challenges for the building sector in particular.
In light of this, swift action by all of us – based on concrete measures and binding targets – is crucial. For a future in which we can live healthier, greener and smarter!
At Techem, we work on solutions for a successful energy transition in the building sector. Here, digitalization is of particular importance, because there is no energy transition without digitalization! Our job is to create intelligent, digital and resource-efficient solutions for the real estate industry of the future. For living environments that are healthy, environmentally friendly and affordable.
Our focus is on energy efficiency along the entire value chain. We offer services for healthy living, process efficiency and climate protection.
As a holistic, digital energy efficiency partner for the real estate sector, our services and solutions comply with such statutory requirements as those of the European Energy Efficiency Directive (EED). All our devices are EED-compliant and thus lay the foundation for greater energy efficiency in real estate - through monthly consumption information, for example.
The effect: Tenants regularly gain insight into their energy consumption. This gives them greater control and at the same time promotes the economical use of energy. After all, measuring creates awareness!
Our goal is to make real estate greener, smarter and healthier. But a climate-neutral building stock will only be possible by joining forces with political as well as economic players, the real estate industry and other stakeholders. Effective climate protection in the building sector can only succeed if knowledge, data and experience are exchanged and deepened across the industry.
That's why we work with strong partners to research new solutions, raise tenants’ awareness of consumption and engage in exchange with relevant stakeholders.