Tackling the problem of low air quality while taking a more holistic approach on how to create solutions that are both cost- and energy-efficient
Indoor air quality has a significant impact on the well-being and comfort of building residents. Heating, ventilation and air condition (HVAC) are contributors to improved indoor air quality, but at the same time responsible for the majority of energy consumption in buildings. However, the potential for energy savings in buildings is great.
Danish clean air solutions do not only focus on the imminent problem of low air quality but also take a more holistic approach on how to create solutions that are both cost- and energy-efficient.
We invite you to explore solutions related to indoor air quality in more depth below, find potential partners, catch up on the latest related news and discover real-life case examples of how clean air solutions can help solve your environmental issues.
Connect with us: Maja Østergaard, Project Manager, [email protected]
Ensuring safe working spaces is primary on Leapcraft’s air quality agenda. From global workspaces to local small offices, we have solutions to maintain ideal working conditions for your employees. Poor indoor air quality is known to cause sick days and many benign health issues. Using the data from our sensors we help companies make meaningful change in working conditions. Realtime environment monitoring changes how we look at air quality, exposure and health.
In Denmark, the biggest source of harmful particle pollution is wood stoves. Therefore, a large project funded by The Danish Environmental Protection Agency has been initiated to identify which initiatives and technologies are the most efficient for reducing emissions under real-life conditions. A residential neighbourhood in Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark, will be […]
Leapcraft offers a holistic solution with sensor instruments, educational material, and consultation for students, teachers, and parents to collaborate with the school management on improving the school’s indoor environment quality. A better indoor environment has been proven to remarkably improve learning ability among children and reduce sick days and absenteeism. It accounts for healthier working […]
Children spend enormous amounts of time in classrooms and are affected by the indoor environment quality (IEQ) and a crucial component of it is the indoor air quality (IAQ). The age and quality of buildings that house a school, location of windows, ventilation systems if any, wind speed and direction and proximity to roads, intersections […]
A new energy solution in Nordhavn, a Danish bicycle path in China and the iconic Velux window are among the winners of this year’s Danish Design Award – all of which represent design solutions that contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Indoor air quality is critical for good health, as compounds present in indoor air may affect human health, work performance and comfort. As a result, it is relevant to monitor the VOC levels in indoor air to ensure that the air is healthy and clean.
Transportation and mobility in cities have consequences. If we are to maintain an acceptable urban environment as traffic increases, we need to pay attention to the quality of the air. This means gathering and analysing environmental statistics and quantifying traffic-related pollution in order to influence driving behaviour and make better informed transport choices.
Imagine, that you live in a house which produces the energy that you need for electricity and heating by itself. And which can actually produce so much energy, that you can give the surplus to your neighbour or use it to charge your electric car. Imagine, that the house regulates how much light and heat […]