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Low cost wood frame passive house launched on the French market

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Gico Group, a French specialist of wood frame buildings, launched on the French market a series of low cost one-family passive houses. They are intended to be built by municipalities in green areas. The primary energy consumption is announced to be lower than 40 kWh/m2/year, with heating needs below 15 kWh/m2/year. The houses are equipped with balanced ventilation systems with heat recovery, thermal solar domestic hot water production and a gas condensing boiler. The cost is 100 000 €.

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One among the first offers for wood frame passive houses in France.

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