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Vatani Expressed on the Meeting of “energy and environment optimization in the building”:

Creativity and innovations are being exploited in the area of energy efficiency optimization.

 

According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, Ali Vatani, manager of the national project of “energy and environment optimization in the building, revision of the rules and market evolution”, stated on the meeting of “energy and environment optimization in the building”: today, more than four and a half million students are working in the country, which should be exploited by their potential and creativity in national projects. Knowledge-based companies in the area of energy services are another section that can have a significant impact in this regard due to their creativity.

He also emphasized the necessity of energy optimization in buildings in order to reduce environmental pollutants and talked about the method of implementation of the national project of energy and environment optimization in buildings, revision of the market laws and transformations using national and international capacities.

After that, Omid Tavakoli, CEO of the project, explained about the project and said: the most important goal of the project is market evolution in energy efficiency optimization in buildings.

In addition, Dr. Zoran Morvaj, senior international project consultant, also provided explanations on international experiences in other countries. Representatives of units, such as plan and budget organization of Iran, fuel conservation optimization and energy service companies association, ministry of cooperatives, labor and social welfare, and vocational training organization, attended this meeting and expressed their opinions.

 


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