Ses­sion 3

Ses­si­on 3: Pass­ive House Dis­tricts (Ger­man present­a­tions with Eng­lish sub­titles)

Wed­nes­day, 23 Septem­ber 2020, 5:00 pm

Time (CEST) Top­ic Speak­er          
5:00 pm Wel­come
Peter Friemert | Chair

5:05 pm

Smart City Wörgl: A vis­ion turns real­ity (Present­a­tion in Ger­man)

Over the next few years, NEUE HEIMAT TIR­OL’s South Tyr­olean set­tle­ment in the Aus­tri­an town of Wörgl will be­come a flag­ship hous­ing de­vel­op­ment, of­fer­ing an ex­cep­tion­ally high qual­ity of life and set­ting an ex­ample across the coun­try. The first con­struc­tion phase was handed over to res­id­ents in Novem­ber 2019. The de­vel­op­ment fea­tures in­nov­at­ive com­bin­a­tions of tried-and-tested tech­no­logy which is be­ing in­tel­li­gently con­nec­ted, ad­ap­ted and de­mon­strated dur­ing the course of the pro­ject.

Harald Konrad Malzer | NEUE HEIMAT TIROL Gemeinnützige WohnungsGmbH

5:20 pm

Mea­su­red hea­ting load for DHW and space hea­ting in a lar­ge Pas­si­ve Hou­se de­ve­lop­ment (Presentation in German)

The pre­sen­ta­ti­on looks in­to op­ti­mi­sa­ti­on of the power ca­pa­ci­ty of a dis­trict hea­ting con­nec­ti­on for a Pas­si­ve Hou­se Buil­ding. It was found that sub­stan­ti­al sa­vings can be in­cur­red by mat­ching the ca­pa­ci­ty to ac­tu­al de­mand. This does al­so al­low for mo­re ef­fec­ti­ve ope­ra­ti­on of the hea­ting plant.

Wolfgang Hasper | Passive House Institute

5:35 pm

Wooden Pass­ive House con­struc­tion in the city: An eco­lo­gic­al liv­ing quarter in Mu­nich's Prinz-Eu­gen Park (Present­a­tion in Ger­man)

Build­ing lot WA 14 East serves as an ex­ample to in­tro­duce Europe’s largest de­vel­op­ment us­ing tim­ber con­struc­tion in Mu­nich. The fo­cus was on us­ing re­new­able raw ma­ter­i­als, con­sid­er­ing so­cial and eco­lo­gic­al as­pects, and achiev­ing high stand­ar­ds for en­ergy ef­fi­ciency and in some cases the Pass­ive House Stand­ard while main­tain­ing sus­tain­able ar­chi­tec­tur­al qual­ity.

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Rena Vallentin | ArchitekturWerkstatt Vallentin GmbH
5:50 pm Ques­tion and An­swer  

6:10 pm

Tir­ol 2050: Vis­ions of a fossil free fu­ture (Present­a­tion in Ger­man)

The Aus­tri­an fed­er­al state of Tyr­ol has set it­self the tar­get of meet­ing all its en­ergy re­quire­ments with loc­al re­new­able en­ergy sources by 2050. This study in­vest­ig­ated the po­ten­tial of re­new­able en­ergy sources and pos­sible sav­ings in the build­ing, trans­port and pro­duc­tion  sec­tors. Elec­tri­city-based en­ergy sys­tems were found to be most ef­fi­cient.

Wolfgang Streicher | Universität Innsbruck, Arbeitsbereich Energieeffizientes Bauen
6:25 pm

Pass­ive House and sec­tor coup­ling in Ger­many (Present­a­tion in Ger­man)

Ger­many’s build­ing stock can be well in­teg­rated in­to a re­new­able en­ergy sup­ply us­ing Pass­ive House com­pon­ents. Heat will then primar­ily be sup­plied by heat pumps, with dis­trict heat­ing also play­ing a role. Poorer stand­ar­ds would be­come more ex­pens­ive over­all through the im­port of re­new­able en­ergy

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Jürgen Schnieders | Passive House Institute

6:40 pm

A new Pas­si­ve Hou­se Dis­trict - Op­ti­mi­za­ti­on of Ener­gy Sup­ply and Dis­tri­bu­ti­on Sys­tem

For a Pass­ive House dis­trict in Inns­bruck, heat pumps are prefer­able over the dis­trict heat­ing from the primary en­ergy point of view; It is more ef­fi­cient to use one per build­ing than one per dis­trict. A 4-pipe sys­tem with de­cent­ral fresh wa­ter sta­tions is re­com­men­ded in com­bin­a­tion with heat pumps.

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Georgios Dermentzis | University of Innsbruck, Austria
6:55 pm Ques­tion and An­swer  

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