- physically includes the ability to do work, has become the decisive driving force of industrial society.
- Since 1950, rapid growth has increasingly burdened the local, regional and global environment with economic-social risks and ecological “tipping points”/“points of no-return”.
- … urgently needs a sustainable “turnaround”.
- Solar, wind as hopefuls remain in single-digit percentages
- Coal, oil and gas dominate, nuclear power no alternative
- Biomass is only available for energy use to a limited extent, hydropower to a large extent exhausted.
- the immediate slowing down of the steeply growing energy consumption (which cannot be covered efficiently and effectively by renewables).
- the reduction of energy consumption and energy demand through clever avoidance strategies, sufficiency and energy efficiency (according to the motto “the kilowatt hour not used is the most sustainable!”)
- the coverage of a reduced residual demand through efficient, effective use and expansion of renewable energies.
BSMC gives expert advise and support
- on the rational use of energy and the use of alternative energy sources in buildings
- with more than 40 years of expertise