Lodenareal, Innsbruck

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The largest residential complex in Europe, designed and built up to the passive house standard was opened in October 2009 in Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol. Around 35.000 m² (gross) for 354 flats (26.000 m² usable area) have been build by the building owner Neue Heimat Tirol (www.neueheimattirol.at), a social housing company providing affordable flats to citizens. The heat energy demand is to be 15 kWh/m² per year, as calculated by the PHPP software. Solar collectors (1.050 m² ), groundwater pre-heating (or cooling) of ventilation air, a wood pellets boiler (300 kW) and a condensation gas boiler (326 kW) cover the energy demand for space heating and hot water. The compliance with the passive house standard has been certified by the Passivhaus Institute (PHI), Darmstadt. Overall annual energy consumption per square meter does not exceed the 15 kWh/m2 passive house standard, of which only 7 kWh/m2 per year is used for space heating. Up to 80% of the heating consumption will be covered by a combination of a wood pellets and a gas boiler and up to 20% by 1050 m2 of solar panels, which produce annually 350 kWh/m2. The insulation and ventilation technologies also comply with the passive house standard. Main features: • Treated floor area: 26000 m2 • Annual heat demand: 14.5 kWh/ (m2.a) • Heat-load: 9.1 W/m2


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