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The domestic sector, which has traditionally fallen behind the industrial and transportation sectors with regard to energy, has become the largest energy consumer in the main industrialised countries, and as such has drawn the attention of legislators and engineers.
In addition to the known tools offered by technology traditionally connected to the thermal insulation of buildings, domotics and building automation can play a major role in reducing energy consumption without having an impact on development and improvement of services, while at the same time contributing towards improving the quality of life.
Managing a building must be both efficient and effective. Efficient in creating a casing that is optimised with regard to thermal insulation, for example, but also effective because it is managed by automation systems able to coordinate, primarily, the two largest energy consuming systems: thermal and electric.
Unlike what has taken place for other technologies, building automation systems have not registered as of today wide-spread development in energy savings in the building sector. There are many causes for this. First of all, automation system technology is still not very well known, even though its advantages are obvious.
The main reasons are based on the fact that this technology has not been fully included among those that fully benefit, today, from government incentives. Technologies that use renewable sources, as is known, are still expensive and the reason for their enormous success is largely based on the availability of economical incentives from the State.
In reality, domotics can contribute in an incisive manner towards reducing energy consumption, as demonstrated by the directives and studies carried out by the European Community (Standard UNI EN 15232).
With a domotic system, it is possible to reduce your electricity bill as well as reduce use for air conditioning in winter and, above all, in summer. Studies demonstrate that water and gas savings can reach up to 30 percent, which represents 250-300 Euros per year. This means that the costs for creating the system can be amortised in a relatively short period of time. Also without tax incentives.

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