Looking for products and services?
view all
Suggested country: United States


Energy performance

Buildings account for 40% of total energy consumption in Europe, so a continued focus on energy efficiency in buildings will help Europe stay on track with its commitments as it transitions towards a lower-carbon economy. Though oil prices have plunged during the past year, consumers and industrial users remain increasingly concerned with the cost of energy.

A greater focus on the potential for energy savings in buildings could be a strong driver in helping reduce the world’s use of energy and its carbon emissions. The cheapest, cleanest energy is energy that isn't used in the first place

Jørgen Tang-Jensen, CEO, the VELUX Group

New generation roof windows
and energy balance

Europeans worry
about energy


of Europe’s total energy consumption is used in buildings


of EU GDP was spent on oil and gas imports in 2012, equivalent to more than €400 billion


of Europe’s housing stock is not energy efficient.

Related content

Contact usontact us:

Looking for products and services?