Creating a model-based building design with a precise plan of construction and infrastructure. We conduct the holistic building analysis allowing to model, predict and verify building performance continuously throughout a building life cycle. It leads to proper design decisions and improves profitability of the building by implementing efficient engineering solutions.
Carbon Neutral means the state of your business when your generated carbon emissions are balanced out by reducing the level of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Carbon neutral Strategy goes alongside renewable energy, energy efficiency and savings that plays key role in your Sustainability strategy, Corporate and Social responsibility.
Energy performance consultation can help companies to implement national and international standards of energy and environmental management. Together we enable the development of energy management systems and modern solutions to make a significant change in energy consumption and environmental health.
The prepared design task is supplemented with requirements for the thermal characteristics of the building’s walls, technical parameters of engineering systems and renewable energy sources, we advise on issues of sealing, we perform calculations of long thermal bridges. Energy efficiency assessment is relevant for both new construction and renovated buildings.
Together with the client, energy management systems and modern engineering and building envelope insulation solutions are developed, which can significantly reduce energy costs.
Third-party EPD verification is an integral part of EPD preparation that ensures EPD quality. The purpose of the verification is to check whether all the information provided in the EPD document is correct and whether the EPD was carried out in accordance with all the standard requirements for the declaration.
Verification of LCA studies – is like EPD verification, ensures the quality of the LCA study. Verified LCA results are needed in various cases, one of which is to assess the environmental impact of the supply chain.
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a method for assessing the environmental aspects associated with a product over its life cycle. LCA helps to evaluate the impact of the product on various environmental indicators, such as the global warming potential (kgCO2e), depletion of ozone layer, the usage of non-renewable energy resources, acidification, the amount of waste generated.
LCA can be used to identify the phase of a product’s life cycle where the product has the greatest impact on the environment. This information is important in finding the ways to reduce the impact of the product on the environment, to optimize production, optimize energy and raw material usage. Also, LCA analysis allows comparing different production methods, different raw materials, types of energy – to model several production alternatives.
A life cycle assessment can also be carried out on a building to find out its overall impact on the environment. The assessment can help to find optimal design solutions, select, and compare building materials.
The greenhouse effect is the process by which infrared radiation from the Sun is absorbed by the Earth’s atmosphere and heats the planet. Greenhouse gases (GHGs) are gaseous components of the atmosphere of natural and anthropogenic origin that absorb and re-emit infrared radiation. The main types of GHGs are carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), perfluorocarbons (PFCs), sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) and nitrogen trifluoride (NF3). The main sources of GHG are transport, energy, agriculture, industry and the waste sector.
In most cases, the carbon footprint or GHG emissions are a priority issue to work with for an organization aiming for climate neutrality. The carbon footprint can be balanced by reducing the amount of GHG emissions into the atmosphere.
In the initial stage, the organization’s GHG inventory for the reporting year is compiled. Then, GHG reduction targets and a commitment to become climate neutral in time are set. We help you prepare an action plan on how to achieve the set goals.
Together with the GHG elimination or compensation strategy, energy efficiency is increased in the company. This is a key aspect of the sustainability strategy, based on the social and economic responsibility of the company.
An energy audit is a procedure performed by assessing the current condition of the building, detecting potential areas for improvement and creating a plan to reduce energy costs and increase energy efficiency. We conduct audits of various types of energy consumption, both in accordance with Lithuanian legislation and in accordance with international standards, such as ASHRAE.
We prepare energy consumption audits of various types of buildings, according to Lithuanian legislation and international standards, e.g. ASHRAE.