The exhibition of Display® posters was one highlight of the REDay2013. Once again the Display Campaign proves to be an efficient communication tool for extensive building refurbishment.
"Energy efficiency is the highest-impact measure that governments can take to save energy. And buildings represent the sector with the greatest potential for energy savings in the European Union", President of the European Council Van Rompuy said.
About 200 participants gathered for the Renovate Europe Day held on 9 October in Brussels. They had the opportunity to attend workshops on developing deep renovation programmes and how to fund them. The Display® Campaign brought a touch of practicality to this event by showing a way of achieving energy efficiency objectives.
Indeed, REDay participants paid great attention to the exhibition of 16 Display® posters showing the ambitious energy-efficiency measures implemented in public buildings of local authorities from all over Europe.
One of the posters displayed the example of the M. Mazvydas School in Kaunas - Lithuania, built in 1978. Measures such as the replacement of windows, wall and roof insulation and improvement of the radiator heating system were implemented to reach the energy performance results that are now visible on the city’s ‘Display®-evolution’ poster (see below).
The Display® exhibition was a clear success and the Campaign proved once again to be an efficient tool for planning and communicating on extensive refurbishment thanks to its eye-catching posters.
Further information about REDay is available here.