GreenTAGS, a new company specializing in providing sustainable solutions for green energy capture, can revolutionize the construction industry

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Iulia Prodan, CEO of GreenTAGS

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GreenTAGS, a new company specialized in innovative solutions for capturing green energy from the ground for the purpose of heating and cooling buildings, is launched today on the Romanian market. The aim of GreenTAGS is to provide sustainable technical solutions for exploiting the potential for green energy generation through building foundations and other structures that are in direct contact with the ground for heating and cooling buildings.
GreenTAGS is an Expert Project initiative, a technical expertise and design company specializing in civil engineering and geotechnical engineering. The GreenTAGS project, which proposes innovative technologies for the use of renewable energy sources, has been launched to complete the portfolio of services offered by Expert Proiect. The entire GreenTAGS concept was developed by Iulia Prodan, lecturer at the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, a specialist in Geotechnical Engineering.
“GreenTAGS is a passion, a desire for continuous development to meet and actively contribute to the challenges posed by changes in direction and development at the environmental, societal and global levels,” said Iulia Prodan, CEO of GreenTAGS.
Geoenergetic structures are an innovative and sustainable solution for heating and cooling new buildings. GreenTAGS solutions offer the opportunity to harness green energy from the earth that would otherwise be lost. The concept behind this technology is to use reinforced concrete elements that interact with the ground and are needed for reasons of strength and stability (foundations, piles, excavation support systems, slope and slope support systems, etc.). ) and their transformation into heat exchangers, while the earth is the primary source of energy.
GreenTAGS technical solutions are an innovative part of geothermal energy solutions. They involve much lower implementation costs compared to conventional geothermal systems, while providing a local source of heat without fluctuations in operating costs.
“So far, we have carried out several projects in different stages of implementation, from opportunity and feasibility studies, advanced design and optimization to the actual implementation and monitoring. We have applied our solutions both to public institutions, such as the new Ambulatory Corps of the Oradea Emergency Hospital, and to residential and office buildings. We want our solutions to be known so that we can implement them on a large scale, at the national level and to contribute to the creation of a sustainable built environment where the quality of life, comfort and cost optimization are the new normal “, added Iulia Prodan, CEO of GreenTAGS .
The GreenTAGS team currently consists of six engineers with specific national and international studies as well as experience in the field of geotechnical engineering and geoenergetic structures. They have already carried out various projects, both in public institutions and in the private sector, and in the future they want to develop as leaders on the Romanian market in terms of offering sustainable solutions for capturing green energy for new constructions.

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