Integrating energy efficiency and renewables towards optimal solutions (in German)

Thursday, 8 March 2018, 9:00am - 1:00pm

MOC Veranstaltungscenter, Lilienthalallee 40, 80939 Munich
Room D104

The less energy a building consumes, the better this energy can provide for the building itself in a sustainable manner. We will show you how cost-effective and simple solutions can be implemented successfully using numerous complete and monitored examples and the theory behind them.

Time Topic Speaker

9:00 am

Welcome and introduction

Krick, Vibert, Miller

9:15 am

What is a Passive House? Passive House and renewables are an ideal combination! This presentation covers the Passive House classes and how they can be built, as well as heating with electricity during the German energy revolution.

Benjamin Krick

10:00 am

How efficiency and renewables are linked to each other: Practical solutions from the Herz and Lang office: Implementation in residential and non-residential buildings. Integration of energy storage, project management with PHPP. Monitoring of results and costs. Convince building owners and users!

Raphael Vibert

11:00 am



11:15 am

Using electricity-based suppy concepts towards economical and sustainable solutions.

Benjamin Krick

12:00 pm

Passive House Premium in practical experience: MüPEG practical supply system know-how, costs and economic feasibility, integration of PV, energy storage and e-mobility, power demand and consumption compared using different calculation methods

Andreas Miller

1:00 pm



Ideal for: designers, local representatives, housing companies, building professionals and other interested parties.




Conference participant      
Standard price


iPHA member/student discount  €30


Credit points

Pre-conference workshops can be credited as training events towards renewing your certificate.