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Building insulation – a priority for the EU’s renovation plans
With an eye toward achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, the European Commission has set out to double, through the Renovation Wave strategy, the current building renewal rate over the next ten years. Improvements in thermal insulation are one of the main measures to reduce energy losses.
5 tips to avoid excessive electricity bills in Winter
Good thermal insulation on the walls will allow you to insulate yourself from the cold and keep the heat in your home. This and other tips on how to deal with low temperatures and save at the same time.
What does “deep renovation” of a building mean?
How to upgrade the buildings we have now so that they are fit for the future? Deep renovation is the best option for meeting the EU’s 2050 zero-emission target and mineral wool insulation is essential for this type of renovation if we want to achieve EU’s environmental objectives.
“Where I live, it’s never too cold so I don’t need to insulate my home.” – REALLY??
There are many false beliefs about insulation in summer and warmer countries. Insulation is key to maintain the temperature of your home throughout the year. A properly insulated home is one of the best contributions to reducing the carbon footprint and combating the effects of climate change.
Women in construction
Today, it is still unusual to find women in construction. We would like to stand out one of the exceptions at URSA. Marina explains her work and her daily challenges in an interview in which she claims: "Girls must be empowered to design their future and fight for it"