In 2014 CRUPE will launch it’s Global AIM Program aimed at creating awareness around the importance and impact of energy conservation and efficiency in the 21st Century.  Working with the European Climate Foundation and other leading independent, Non-Governmental Organisations CRUPE will focus its efforts around 3 central themes, Awareness, Impact and Measurement (AIM) with the overall objective of increasing the efficiency of residential and commercial buildings around the world (both energy and materials efficiency).  It is estimated that around 40% of all man-made greenhouse gases produced are related to the heating and cooling of buildings around the world and on average up to 30% of materials are wasted every day on construction sites. As a participant in the building insulation and related construction industry CRUPE feels an obligation to connect our technology and projects with a world-wide campaign to create awareness, impact and measurement (reward) at both national and local levels. 
 
As part of this campaign we have already installed digital sensors measuring dew points, humidity, temperatures and energy efficiency in a number of our new and renovated buildings and we will begin to stream this data on our web based platforms and to our partners over the coming months - comparing that with other non-CRUPE buildings in a number of different countries around the world.  We will also start to calculate the impact of this efficiency, at individual levels (in terms of lower power charges) and at national and international levels as part of larger programs to drive thermal efficiency and to meet greenhouse gas reduction targets. 
 
Please continue to visit our website for further news of our new campaign, CRUPE takes AIM at Climate Change in 2014 to see how you can play a role in (re)building a greener, more sustainable planet.