Efficient building technology
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From energy production to energy services, Alpiq covers the entire value chain – committing itself to energy efficiency.
«We understand buildings.» And this is our approach to developing and implementing energy-efficient solutions in building technology, facility management and building automation. We have experience and expertise in all relevant building areas, and offer energy-efficient concepts for the entire life cycle of buildings and plants: from planning through installation, to maintenance and operation.
Our customers value us as a reliable partner for processing and executing energy-efficient projects in and on their buildings. Regardless of whether the assignment involves fitting out a new cold store or installing an intelligent automation system for lighting control in a family home: taken as a whole, these measures make a vital contribution to energy efficiency.
Thanks to our comprehensive expertise across all our trades (electricity, heating, ventilation, climate control, cooling, sanitation systems, security and automation, IT and telcom, technical facility management), we can offer competent individual solutions within an overall approach. Our portfolio is supplemented by reliable maintenance and call-out services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.
The area of energy efficiency is constantly evolving in terms of both know-how and technology. This is why the ongoing training and education of our workforce is essential, particularly in the context of new energy-efficient technologies such as LED, photovoltaics, geothermal heat pumps and modern control systems.
Alpiq supports this year’s Zermatt Unplugged festival as a co-partner. Alpiq InTec is on site optimising the various electrical installations, ensuring that the festival can be staged in the most energy-efficient way possible.
News: 05.03.2014 11:15
Alpiq has been awarded a contract worth over CHF 30 million to provide building technology for the new Coop distribution centre in Schafisheim, Switzerland. As part of their new corporate strategy, the Swiss market leader offers innovative full-service solutions in the area of energy efficiency.
Alpiq InTec has developed and implemented a new energy concept for the Paraplegic Centre in Nottwil: state-of-the-art technology in every respect. By using water from Lake Sempach, around 6000 kilograms of CO2 can be saved each day, thus increasing energy efficiency.
In spring 2013, the new luxury health and spa complex Resort Collina d’Oro was opened in the Agra district of Collina d’Oro, just a few kilometres from Lugano. During the construction phase, Alpiq InTec Ticino SA was responsible for the installation of electrical and mechanical systems of the highest quality and energy efficiency.
On behalf of Swisscom, Alpiq InTec is replacing the cooling systems in a commercial building in Chur. The innovative renewal concept was originally provided by Alpiq EcoServices AG. Swisscom is thus able to save 50% of its energy costs and reduce CO2 emissions by 20 tonnes per year.
In spring 2014, the new Turin headquarters of the Intesa Sanpaolo bank group will be opened. At a height of 166 metres, it is “only” the second-tallest building in the city – but certainly the most technologically advanced. Alpiq InTec Milano is responsible for the electrical and special technical installations.
Alpiq InTec Verona SpA has installed combined heat and power cogeneration solutions for two newly created biomass power stations in northern Italy. The plants are excellent examples of how energy efficiency, environmental protection and state-of-the-art technology can be combined usefully and profitably.
When constructing Aquardens, one of the largest thermal parks in Europe, Alpiq InTec Verona played a decisive role. Special attention had to be paid to the quality and energy efficiency – and naturally the “wellness factor”.
Mid-December 2011 marked the start of WEF time for staff at AIT's Davos, Klosters-Serneus and Jenaz offices, when the Congress Centre had to be equipped with state-of-the-art technology. To ensure sufficient staff for the task, electrical installation engineers from other AIT branches in south-eastern Switzerland were sent as reinforcements for ...
Since the middle of December 2011 the Swiss Prime Tower in Zurich has been officially open. The new 126 metre high, 36-floor building is currently the highest office building in Switzerland. Alpiq InTec was responsible for the ventilation system.
The University of St. Gallen (HSG) is one of the most prestigious business universities in Europe and an important employer in the City of St. Gall. Alpiq InTec has for many years carried out the electrical installations for the University and is also responsible for the maintenance. Alpiq InTec is also involved in the current renovations and ...
Renovations to the Shoppi Tivoli centre in Spreitenbach have taken almost ten years. Alpiq InTec Ost AG professionals were responsible for upgrading the electrical installations for the 40-year-old shopping mall.