The Italian city of Turin has published a prior information notice (PIN) for the maintenance of a city-owned building, providing suppliers with an insight into the desired improvements. Turin is collaborating with the PROBIS project to procure innovative refurbishment solutions, in this instance a high-efficiency lighting system, an innovative energy management system, and an indoor climate control system that includes mechanical ventilation.
Energy savings of at least 20 percent of the annual energy consumption are required, with a marked increase in overall indoor comfort. The systems should also have a low environmental impact, low cost of maintenance, be user-friendly and need only a short installation time.
The City of Turin and Iren Servizi e Innovazione S.p.A., the current power manager of the building, will soon organise early market engagement activities aimed at better understanding the innovations currently available on the market. The EU-funded PROBIS project supports the procurement of innovative solutions to increase the energy efficiency and sustainability of European public buildings.
For more information, visit the PROBIS website.