Swegon WISE wins ‘great indoor climate prize’
Swegon is the winner of the 18th edition of the ‘great indoor climate prize’ for the WISE system.
Swegon is the winner of the 18th edition of the ‘great indoor climate prize’ for the WISE system. The prize was awarded by Annika Christensson, Head of Health and Construction at Boverket, during the gala on May 16 at the Munich brewery in Stockholm. Kenth Granljung, Vice President of Sales Northern Europe & Group Marketing, was the one who represented Swegon and received the prize.
Motivation of the judges:
The judges have awarded the prize to Swegon for the WISE system – a flexible and comprehensive solution for needs control of buildings’ systems for ventilation, heating and comfort cooling. The solution is based on the innovative utilization of wireless communication between components and subsystems. In the construction phase, WISE creates good conditions for correct installation and uncomplicated commissioning of the climate system. During the operating phase, WISE contributes to the efficient work of monitoring and optimizing the functioning of the climate system. In connection with changing operating conditions, the system can be adapted with a high degree of flexibility. WISE is well placed to contribute to a comfortable indoor climate in energy-efficient buildings.
The Great Indoor Climate Prize was established in 2001 by Slussen Building Services, Swedish Ventilation, the Energy and Environmental Technology Association and the Swedish Cooling Association. The Great Indoor Climate Prize – awarded to companies or organizations within indoor climate, energy, and plumbing, who develop a significant product, service or methodology with practical benefit.
The product/service/methodology should be innovative, contribute to good indoor climate and long-term sustainability. The Great Indoor Climate Prize aims to increase interest in indoor climate technology, strengthen its position and pay attention to the technology that promotes a healthy indoor climate in energy-efficient buildings.
The Great Indoor Climate Prize jury includes representatives of the three trade associations as well as the chairman Lars Ekberg.