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Energy transition: PAUL Tech in “forum Nachhaltig Wirtschaften”

An article by PAUL Tech CEO Sascha Müller was recently published in the decision-maker magazine forum Nachhaltig Wirtschaften (03/2024) describing the “transition in the energy transition”.

In it, he explains PAUL Tech’s innovative complete solution, which aims to reduce energy costs in existing properties – quickly, easily and without investment costs. When asked why the heating transition is only getting off to a slow start, his answer is: 

“The heating transition in Germany is happening too slowly and there is a real risk that it will not be achieved without disruptive measures. There is enormous untapped potential for CO₂ savings in existing buildings. PAUL Tech offers a solution to this problem that can be implemented immediately. Despite the large market, there are many providers who do not offer a comprehensive all-in-one solution. As a result, they leave their customers on their own and do not contribute effectively and quickly to the urgently needed heat transition.”

Sascha Müller, CEO PAUL Tech

The challenge of digital transformation

In the age of digital transformation, organizations face the challenge of managing and optimizing their buildings more efficiently. Implementing IoT technologies to monitor and analyze energy consumption data in real time is crucial. PAUL Tech takes this one step further: its proprietary hardware not only analyzes energy data, but actively controls heating and water systems for more energy-efficient heating. This saves time, reduces costs and significantly increases efficiency. And all with the help of our own AI. 

A look into the future 

PAUL Tech offers property owners a holistic end-to-end package that optimizes energy consumption and reduces costs without the need for additional external service providers. At a time when efficiency and sustainability, but also cost-effectiveness, are becoming increasingly important, PAUL Tech ensures that companies have full control over their building infrastructures. 

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