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Green building (also known as green construction or sustainable building) refers to both a structure and the application of environmentally responsible and resource-efficient processes throughout a building's lifecycle:

From planning to design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and demolition. (Wikipedia)

It’s a well-known fact that buildings are responsible for large consumption of energy, electricity, water and material. Green buildings aim to reduce the environmental impact of buildings and minimizing the electricity consumption.

One of the methods to achieve these goals is by using the natural or mechanical ventilation or a combination of them instead of traditional air-conditioning systems that consume a lot of energy.

Curvent’s Pinnacle Turbines does not require any electricity to operate, making them a chosen system for green organic ventilation. The spinning turbine head, assisted by the wind, creates and powerful extraction vortex below that will remove hot stale air from the building. Pinnacle Turbines uses natural ventilation and minimal maintenance, making it the most affordable system to naturally ventilate any building.

Contact one of our natural ventilation specialist for a free assessment.

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