Radiant ceiling panels are the height of energy efficiency: they actually work by "irradiation", a process that involves both the ceiling and the walls in the transmission of thermal energy, creating the so-called "box effect" in which all available surfaces contribute to the heating and cooling of the rooms.
Moreover, unlike the floor, the ceiling of a room is not covered. This is important as parquet floor boards, furniture and carpets (for example) are great for insulation but significantly reduce the heat exchange efficiency of the surface they are covering.
Much of nòvAmpère's energy efficiency is due to the carefully planned thermal insulation factors, which gives high protection against atmospheric agents. Even in the coldest winters the use of heating will be very limited as a significant part of the energy needed to heat the rooms will be provided by what are known (in technical terms) as "free contributors", such as the presence of people, their daily activities (eg cooking and watching television) and sunlight coming in through the windows.
The efficiency of the radiant panels will make a real difference in the building, especially in the summer when, thanks to the cooling system, it will be easy to maintain a comfortable temperature without using standard air-conditioning systems that blast out icy air.