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Energy harvesting electronic locks are the perfect fit for a Danish “sustainable construction” project

Esbjerg’s new “A Place To” housing complex focuses on sustainability. It aims to maintain a green profile throughout its life-cycle. The developer is a Premium Member of Green Building Council Denmark, an organisation that promotes sustainable construction and sought efficient access control in keeping with A Place To’s contemporary style and sustainability ethos.
Over 300 apartments are divided between three towers. These connect with common areas which offer multiple opportunities for social activity and “co-living”. There’s a cafe, fitness and yoga, a big screen, reading nooks and workstations, communal kitchens, and more.
Energy-saving solution
For efficient access control, they looked for an energy-saving solution that would operate without batteries or wires. They wanted to benefit from cloud-based access management to give staff convenient, 24/7 control from anywhere.
Integration-readiness was another prio…