Entroseminaret 2018 is held at Scandic Nidelven October 16 and 17 in Trondheim. The subject for this year’s seminar is sustainability and digitalization, and how this will affect operational and maintenance management on buildings in the future.
We plan to repeat the success of last year’s Entro Seminar, and we are aiming once again for a fully booked seminar with focused building owners, skilled property managers and committed operational professionals. This time the seminar will be held in Oslo.
The Europris chain has saved energy equivalent to half of Norway’s solar cells. “We have reduced our stores’ energy consumption by 13%, without making a single investment. Now we plan to do the same with waste.”
The engineering consultancy firm Rejlers and the energy and environmental specialist Entro have entered a partnership agreement.
By signing the Paris Agreement, Norway has committed to reducing energy consumption by 27% by 2030.
In 2016, the LOS Energy Award will be handed out for the second time, and LOS Energy is currently on the lookout for new candidates for the award.
A breakfast seminar on the potential for savings in commercial buildings, and how optimisation of operations can provide significant savings.
Entro creates added value for Odfjell Eiendom through cooperation with bachelor’s students from Bergen University College.
An untraditional Christmas gift to young people. Entro’s volunteers, represented here by (from the left) Maria Westman (Entro), Tore K. Sørgjerd (Entro), Marita Hoel Fossen (General Manager of the Sør-Trøndelag Red Cross and the Trondheim Red Cross), Magnus Henning (Entro) and Geir Tore Hansen (Entro).
The Entro Seminar gathered premise providers, experts and several of the largest property actors in Norway together for the first time. The theme for this year’s seminar was the profitability of making existing buildings greener.
On Friday, 1 April, Omsorgsbygg signed an agreement with Entro AS for the Optima energy monitoring system. Good functionality and a high degree of user-friendliness were important criteria, Omsorgsbygg writes on its website.
The main finding of the analysis is that heating is still the largest energy item in most building categories.