Passive House standard

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The largest Passive House project in Europe (project Lodenareal) has been opened in October 2009 in Innsbruck, the capital city of Tirol  (Austria). About 35.000 m² (brutto) for 354 flats (26.000 m²) have been build by the building owner Neue Heimat Tirol (www.neueheimattirol.at), a social housing company providing affordable flats for the citizens. The heat energy demand is to be 15 kWh/m².year, as calculated by the PHPP software.
Post date: 21 Dic 2009
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In October 2009 the construction work of the world largest Passive House settlement with 1.700 flat at 100.000 m² has started.  Within a tender the City administration of Vienna has stated the Passive House standard as a precondition for building on the 20 ha former railway area. 7 property developer have submitted their concepts for building story buildings, showing a Heating energy demand between 7 and 15 kWh/m².a. The residual heat energy demand will be covered by district heating and the settlement is very close to an underground station.
Post date: 21 Dic 2009
Type: Caso

The study has been carried out within the IEE project PASS-NET www.pass-net.net
Post date: 17 Dic 2009
Type: Publication

Website of the organisation "Austrian Society for Environment and Technology", reports of studies and working groups, summaries of project activities
Post date: 22 Nov 2009
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Post date: 26 Lug 2009
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