The rehabilitation department at Bergåstjern, an old people’s home in Stavanger, is now testing energy management provided by the Innovation Department in Lyse. The solution involves the staff at the department and means that they can adjust the heat and automate this to give the inhabitants the best indoor climate, based on their personal needs.
“We have both older and young residents and thus very different needs to be covered,” says head of department Bryndis Gudbrandsdottir. She is interested in that her department must be at the forefront of technology and sees it as a natural part of contributing to testing.
Energy management also means that the rehabilitation department can control light and air quality. In addition to the rehabilitation department’s management function, the same control is also installed in the gym at Kvaleberg Primary School.