Finland

The education of a nation's population is the foundation for its improvement and growth in the international community. Educational buildings are the cornerstone of this foundation and they consume a large portion of a nation's non-industrial energy needs. The indoor climate of the buildings (indoor air quality, percepted temperature, possible glare and acoustics) have a substantial influence on the knowledge transfer.
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I am approaching you to inform about an interesting innovation in the building energy sector. Our company Seviso Ltd., headquartered in Finland, has patented world-wide a building concept that reduces energy consumption by 60-80% with a great reduction to carbon dioxide emissions. The innovation is to install a brick or element house inside bedrock benefiting from the earth's thermal mass. This innovation combines the latest excavation techniques, a rock house, and special
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