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#Podcast 14: Bridging the Gap Between Old Control Systems and New Technology!

In our Podcast series “Sh*t You Wish Your Building Did!”, Memoori explores the intersection between technology and commercial real estate through interesting conversations.

Only focusing on making new buildings smart will do very little to help us achieve Net Zero by 2050. 80% of the buildings that will exist in 2050 have already been built, and of those, the EU estimates that 75% of them are energy inefficient. Basically, we need to focus on retrofitting our existing building stock!

We spoke to Ville Ilkkala, CEO of Nobody Engineering about how they are bridging the gap between old building automation systems from the 80s and 90s and new technology, to improve energy efficiency without expensive retrofit projects!

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