Whereas renewable energies are suitable for domestic uses, the industrial sector cannot operate without fossil energies.
Gas remains the most effective and economic energy for heating industrial and public buildings, which require the implementation of large unit capacities.
In order to comply as closely as possible with environmental objectives and the need to reduce emissions, this energy must be combined with efficient technologies and products. Some of the leading ones are :
❚ decentralized heating, a technology that produces heat directly in the room to be heated, thereby eliminating all generation and transport losses,
❚ ceramic heating, a technique that uses the principle of infrared to concentrate heat where it is most needed.
Gas ceramic heating technology is particularly suitable for buildings
that are higher than 4m.