Ecocasa 2023 returns from 24 to 26 March in pavilions 8 and 9 of the Pordenone Fair. In the spaces of the renovation and energy saving exhibition, visitors will find 70 companies and many professionals who will be able to accompany them in the renovation or new construction of the home, from the design to the choice of materials, the most suitable energy and thermal systems.
Many sector players will be present at the event. Among them builders and distributors of products and services ranging in some specific areas of housing. They range from photovoltaics to biomass or storage stoves, from green building to cladding and windows.
The reference target of Ecocasa 2023 is double. In fact, the fair is aimed on the one hand at all those who plan investments dedicated to the home, renovations, modification of systems and heating sources with particular attention to savings and environmental protection .
On the other hand, the professional target, made up of artisan designers, retailers of building materials, contractors, installers, plumbers who find in the event an opportunity to update on market news.
Energy saving and sustainability
Ecocasa 2023, now in its 13th edition, stands out for the high specialization and verticality of the offer with the theme of energy saving and sustainability in the foreground.
A theme that requires precise choices right from the planning and construction or above all during the renovation of the house. The moment in which the insulation factor becomes fundamental with a view to saving energy consumption for heating.
“Building well means living well, everyone, today and in the future – commented Renato Pujatti, president of Pordenone Fiere – this is the great project of the event that connects and creates a network between all those who believe in this mission. Ecocasa 2023 https://www.ecocasa.pn/ inspires thousands of visitors from all over the Northeast in search of sector news, informs with a rich program of events, meetings and demonstrations, innovates, giving ample space to young businesses”.
The role of energy communities
The focus of this edition is energy communities. In the last 20 years there has been an increase in production from renewable sources. However, at present only about 30% is self-consumed at the point where it is produced. A low utilization near the production added to a distribution network with high losses leads the system to be inefficient.
Through the use of energy communities and collective self-consumers, it will be possible to increasingly respond to the challenges of the energy transition through the diffusion of plants powered by renewable sources and this will contribute to the reduction of the energy costs of end customers.