The key consideration in the design of facilities at Costa Navarino was to create the necessary infrastructure for sustainable energy management which reduces energy needs while aiming to maximize the use of renewable energy.
Based on the principles of bioclimatic architecture, the building design and orientation of facilities at Costa Navarino optimize the use of natural elements, leading to an overall reduction of energy consumption.
Advanced materials and systems are installed in the buildings of Costa Navarino to further reduce energy consumption. These include over 5,000 m2 of planted roofs, high-quality external wall insulation, energy-efficient lighting and window panes, central lighting control and a Building Management System (BMS).
The energy consumption from the operation is monitored and recorded according to ISO 14064, using advanced electronic measuring systems. The comparative analysis of the results will reveal possibilities for further reduction of our carbon footprint, so that we can continuously improve our performance.
Costa Navarino has set the target to achieve carbon neutrality for the GHG emissions resulting from the activities of the facilities by 2030, through -among others- direct emissions reduction and on-site energy production from renewables.