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Energy Efficiency

Reducing climate change can start with effective indoor climate control. IMI Hydronic Engineering is the industry leader in green solutions for indoor climate control.

Actions speak louder than words

A revolution has begun with increasing global awareness of climate change and the urgent call for action. In order to fight against the changing climate outside we need to start by changing the climate inside.

The why and the how

80% of buildings that currently exist will be here in the next 50 years. This means we need to make sustainability more than just a conversation topic. We at IMI Hydronic Engineering understand that modern, green, energy-efficient solutions are a necessity when considering new builds or renovations. We understand that with the proper knowledge and the implementation of specific system technologies, energy efficiency can be improved exponentially to meet social and economic demands; resulting in longer structure life, less carbon footprint markers and increased savings.

40% of the world's energy is used in buildings

Renovating the HVAC system is one of the most effective ways to reduce a building’s energy costs and carbon footprint. 50% of a building’s energy consumption is from the HVAC system, and an optimized system can save up to 30%. This not only translates into savings, but increased revenue; modern green, energy efficient buildings have vacancies of only 3% vs market average 10%-15% (ING real estate). At IMI Hydronic Engineering we understand that many of today’s buildings will be here for years to come, so we believe that creating a sustainable hydronic system is key to ensuring a lifetime of keeping energy consumption to a minimum.