This time, the European Display® Campaign allows us to discover Pamplona, a city located in the northwest of Spain. One can discover the old monastery Viejo de San Pedro, an edifice of the 18th century. The building has been converted into a socio-cultural centre, it houses the environmental museum of Pamplona, a public library and municipal offices.
The building was renovated in two periods, the first in the 1990s and the second in 2010. The renovation measures implemented in 2010 allowed to improve the lightening system with movement sensors and high efficiency LED technology, and the heating system with a regulating device that adapts to outdoor temperature.
The total cost of renovation are of €60,000. The measures allow to save 180,000 kWh per year, i.e. a financial economy of €11,000 per year.
The Display® Campaign came into play following the renovation of the monastery, to promote the improvement of energy performances and to raise awareness about energy consumption among building users. What about the improvements ? Between 2009 and 2012, the energy consumption has been reduced by 33% and the CO2 emissions by 34% and reach the class B. Water consumption remains class C, it improved by 4 percentage points compared to the level of 2009.
See here the Display® poster