Most of the research showed that in Italy more than 50% of the buildings need renovation, that will enhance energy performance and reduce emissions and consumption. In order to improve the energy performance of its buildings, Intesa Sanpaolo Group decided to progressively intervene in large buildings, which consume more energy.
Radical refurbishment was carried out in Milan in the property complex of Piazza Scala 6, where on the ground floor the "Gallerie d’Italia" Museum was set up in an area of 8,300 mq. The priority objective of the renovation, which was functional to separating the museum physically and in terms of systems from the remainder of the property complex, was also the reduction of energy consumption.
The operation schedules an energy saving of approximately 550,000 kWh/a year of electricity and approximately 90,000 mc/year of gas in relation to heating and air-conditioning.
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