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The energy savings of a building is usually focused on the efficiency of heat production, thereby favoring the choice of new-generation heat generators. But to ensure that during the exercise is really consumed as less energy as possible, it is necessary to take measures at the level of single rooms or zones.

A home automation system allows you the individual control of the heating: you can heat only where and when needed, exploit all the free heat gains, such as the solar radiation that reaches the rooms through the glass surfaces, optimize the operation in terms of time-scheduling and temperatures depending on individual preferences, the daily activity or the day of the week.

No wonder that, when the European Performance Building Directive (known shortly as EPBD or 2002/91/EC) was implemented in many European countries, the individual thermoregulation was prescribed in several cases.