The property was recently modernised but retained its original charm while attaining better travel opportunities. More than 50,000 visitors and travellers pass through here every day.
Following technical restoration of the station, it was identified that the installed systems were not synchronised with each other. The building is complex with very varying loads throughout the day and the building stepped on the gas and break at the same time. In most cases completely unnecessarily.
Malmö Central Station
Heating: 44 kWh/m2
Electricity: 19 kWh/m2
The property now works in accordance with the eco-driving principle where the internal loads utilise the building’s technical systems. This is particularly important in this property as its different areas have very different requirements and conditions.
Malmö Central Station now has a G-classification in accordance with the European standard for energy efficient buildings. This corresponds to more than 235 per cent of the new construction requirement for premises.