On December 16, 2021, our CEO Khadija Nadi had the opportunity to talk with Trends Magazine. Khadija Nadi is a year CEO at DeltaQ. She talks about her challenging experience of leading the company and explains reducing the carbon footprint of buildings.
” In start-ups, you regularly see a team of young people who all look alike and have the same profile. I found it very important to have a diverse team. Occasionally facing a headwind get or being challenged by a different opinion is necessary to make a company grow.”
“Saving energy has become ingrained in the younger generation. Turn off the lights when you leave the room. Make sure the heating is off when you’re not at home. But for office buildings, it’s not that simple, of course. There is a changing occupancy, everything is controlled in bulk, and there is hardly the influence of the seasons and the weather. We are therefore reducing, therefore, lowering the carbon footprint of building management systems.”
“We need to translate it into value. Or better yet, into profit. The real estate world is under much pressure, including the European Green Deal, to reduce CO2 emissions. We can help achieve results quickly. We offer a straightforward solution that is neither capital nor labor-intensive is. First, we install a gateway containing all the building data. Then, we commit ourselves to a clear result: energy savings, operational efficiency, and comfort improvements. If we can’t deliver on these promises deliver on promises, we won’t go into business with the customer either.”
If you’d like to read more about how we help reduce the carbon footprint of buildings, read the full article (in Dutch) here.