Installation and commissioning condensing boiler the Ministry of Cooperatives, Labour and Social Welfare building

Installing condensing boiler at the Ministry of Cooperatives, Labour and Social Welfare building

The Energy Efficiency and Environment in Building Project (EEEB) has installed a condensing boiler and conducted some alternative solutions in the main building of the Ministry of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare in order to implement its second component and reduce energy consumption in the selected buildings.

In line with implementing energy efficiency pilot projects which are currently being conducted by EEEB with the support of the Vice President of Science and Technology, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Global Environment Facility, the Ministry of Cooperatives, Labour and Social Welfare's central building has been selected to participate in investing on setting up condensing boiler which is considered as a basic solution for energy efficiency.

This building consists of 12 floors and its infrastructure area is about 19,500 square meters. After inspections and energy audits of the building by Behineh Sazan Sanat Tasisat Company, various solutions were identified, including the use of high-efficiency condensing boilers in the building.

The building used to be operated by an old and worn-out boiler and steam circuit to supply the hot water used in the heating system and sanitary hot water. This old device was replaced by a high-efficiency, fully automatic boiler using the world’s most developed technology.  Besides, highly increasing the building's energy efficiency, this replacement reduced the risk of explosion and other potential hazards of using an old steam boiler.

In this project, which was implemented with the maximum investment of EEEB and financial participation of the Ministry of Cooperatives, Labour and Social Welfare, and put into action with the knowledge and technical ability of Behineh Sazan Sanat Tasisat Company, about 90% of the building’s energy costs were reduced.

Fluorescent lamps were also replaced by LED lamps on all the floors of the building and that cut electricity consumption by 12%.

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