Ses­sion 1

Ses­si­on 1: Highly ef­fi­cient dis­tricts

Fri­day, 10 Sep­tem­ber 2021


This ses­sion is about the Pass­ive House as a concept for set­tle­ments and neigh­bor­hoods. Its po­ten­tial for cli­mate pro­tec­tion and re­si­li­en­ce will be presen­ted and its user-friend­li­ness will be il­lus­trated by suc­cess stor­ies of im­ple­men­ted pro­jects. In par­tic­u­lar, re­quire­ments re­lated to his­tor­ic pre­ser­va­tion and re­new­able en­ergy sup­ply will be ad­dressed in this con­text.


Time (CEST) Top­ic Speak­er         
1:30 pm Wel­come
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Dirk Mobers

1:35 pm

Pass­ive Houses in 100 cli­mate pro­tec­tion set­tle­ments in the sus­tain­able en­ergy state of North Rhine-West­phalia

Be­sides en­ergy-re­lated re­quire­ments, urb­an plan­ning and ar­chi­tec­ture play an equally im­port­ant role in the 100 Cli­mate Pro­tec­tion Set­tle­ments pro­ject. 53 es­tates have already been com­pleted. Once all the cli­mate pro­tec­tion es­tates have been com­pleted, 25,000 people will be lead­ing cli­mate-friendly lives in North Rhine-West­phalia.

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Hartmut Murschall | Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Innovation, Digitalisierung und Energie - NRW

1:50 pm

Richard-van-de-Loo-Straße cli­mate pro­tec­tion set­tle­ment in Kleve

Cer­ti­fied eco-home hous­ing de­vel­op­ment of North Rhine-West­phalia. The hous­ing de­vel­op­ment uses a com­mu­nity heat­ing sys­tem. The choice of ma­ter­i­al un­der­pins the ap­proach of a con­sist­ent solu­tion and main­tains a soph­ist­ic­ated ar­chi­tec­tur­al design. The land­scap­ing design com­bines private gar­dens with at­tract­ive, shared out­door spaces.

Christiane Behrens | REPPCO Architekten GmbH

2:05 pm

Pre­ser­va­tion or­der and Pass­ive House: ret­ro­fit­ting the Art Nou­veau Otto-Wag­n­er-Areal dis­trict in Vi­enna

En­erPHit Plus re­fur­bish­ment of lis­ted build­ings is achiev­able based on avail­able build­ing and build­ing ser­vices tech­no­logy. The feas­ib­il­ity ana­lys­is shows that com­pre­hens­ive en­ergy ef­fi­ciency and sup­ply with re­new­able en­er­gies are not in con­flict with the pre­ser­va­tion of his­tor­ic­al monu­ments.

Helmut Schöberl | Schöberl & Pöll GmbH
2:20 pm Ques­tion and An­swer  

2:40 pm

Ac­com­mod­a­tion build­ing of the Max-Ernst-Schule board­ing school in Eu­skirchen for LVR Co­logne

2:55 pm

En­ergy-re­si­li­ent cli­mate pro­tec­tion set­tle­ment
The chal­lenge in the use of re­new­able en­ergy sources lies in bridging a small short­fall in de­mand dur­ing the course of the year in pass­ive houses. This makes the use of stor­age sys­tems ne­ces­sary. With the help of ex­er­get­ic­ally op­tim­ised sys­tem plan­ning, a re­si­li­ent en­ergy sup­ply is pos­sible.

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Jörg Linnig | Ingenieurbüro EUKON

3:10 pm

Part­ner pro­jects as “PER co­op­er­a­tion mod­el” for Pass­ive Houses

Part­ner pro­jects should con­trib­ute to a re­duc­tion in glob­al poverty. Due to the gen­er­al open­ness of the PER gen­er­a­tion cer­ti­fic­a­tion, Pass­ive Houses can serve as do­mest­ic pro­jects that al­low the con­struc­tion of en­ergy gen­er­a­tion sys­tems in the form of part­ner pro­jects around the globe.

Rainer Vallentin | Partnerprojects e.V.
3:25 pm Ques­tion and An­swer  

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 *Ger­man present­a­tions will be simultaneously trans­lated in­to Eng­lish.