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Η αυστριακή εμπειρία στα παθητικά κτίρια.

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Η αυστριακή εμπειρία στα παθητικά κτίρια.

  1. 1. buildingpassiveExamples from Upper Austria –leading in passive buildingsLiving and working in a
  2. 2. Upper Austria, the number 1 region for passive buildingsIn Upper Austria, hundreds of passive buildings were constructed in the past years, including homes, publicbuildings, office buildings, services and industry buildings, supermarkets and even churches! The activities ofindividuals, companies, public bodies and politicians, of the O.Oe. Energiesparverand and the Oekoenergie-Cluster (the network for green energy businesses in Upper Austria) have resulted in innovative, highly efficientand comfortable buildings around the region. The Upper Austrian boom for passive buildings was boosted bythe “Wohnbauförderung“ (sustainable housing programme), the energy technology programme (ETP) andthe energy award of Upper Austria “Energie-Star“. Leading planners of passive buildings and suppliers ofcomponents are partner of the “Oekoenergie-Cluster“ network. They can be found at: www.oec.atBuildings in passive house standardPassive houses are buildings where a comfortable indoor temperature is maintained by the “passive“ use ofinsolation and heat output of appliances and occupants – therefore the name “passive building“. Passive buil-dings need only 1/5 of the space heating compared to conventionally built new houses. Usually, a small scaleheating is sufficient to cover the remaining heat demand. Advantages of passive buildings are a constantlygood room air quality in combination with energy savings and lower energy costs.Common characteristics:• very high insulation standards• prevention of thermal bridges• high level of airtightness• orientation to the south, solar shading• high-efficient windows• mechanical ventilation with heat recovery• objective: end energy demand for heating, hot water and electric appliances 42 kWh/m2 per yearActive living – passive buildings
  3. 3. Austria’s first music school in passive buil-ding standardContact:Franz Schillhuber (mayor), Municipality ofWolfernOEC partners were involved in theproject.First exhibition centre in passive buildingstandardContact:Robert Schneider, Messe WelsOEC partners were involved in theproject.Exhibition centreWelsYear of construction: 2007Building owner: Messe WelsArchitect: PAUAT ArchitektenLocation: WelsMusic schoolWolfernYear of construction: 2004Building owner: Municipality of WolfernLocation: WolfernWinner of the “Energie-Star 2005“
  4. 4. A renovation to passive building standard,with a solar façadeContact:Alfred Willensdorfer, GIWOG LeondingOEC partners were involved in theproject.Passive house kindergarten in Upper AustriaContact:Erich Rippl (mayor), municipality of LengauOEC partners were involved in theproject.KindergartenLengauYear of construction: 2005Building owner: Municipality of LengauLocation: LengauWinner of the “Energie-Star 2006“Renovated apartmentbuildingLinzYear of constr./retrofitting: 1957/2005 Property developer: GIWOGArchitect: ARCH+MORE ZTLocation: LinzWinner of the “Energie-Star 2006“
  5. 5. First passive house church St. Francis, tim-ber constructionContact:Samy Schrittwieser (parish assistant), pasto-ral centre St. Franziskus, WelsOEC partners were involved in theproject.First European commercial building in passivehouse standardContact:Christian Stadler, Stadler Energie-Systeme –Schloßgangl, SteyrOEC partners were involved in the project.ChurchWelsYear of construction: 2004Building owner: Roman Catholic ParishWels – St. FranziskusLocation: WelsETP R D projectCommercial buildingSteyrYear of construction: 2002Building owner: Stadler Energie-Systeme –SchloßganglLocation: SteyrETP R D project
  6. 6. Office building in passive house standardContact:Poppe*Prehal Architekten, SteyrAustria’s first police station in passive housestandardContact:Ulrich Gutenthaler, Ing. Singer Bau, GutauOffice buildingSteyrYear of construction: 2005Building owner: Poppe*PrehalLocation: SteyrOEC partnerPolice stationPregartenYear of construction: 2005/2006Building owner: Federal Ministry of the InteriorLocation: PregartenPlanning/construction: Ing. Singer Bau, GutauWinner of the ”Energie-Star 2007“
  7. 7. First retrofitting of a school to passive housestandardContact:Karl Staudinger (mayor), SchwanenstadtOEC partners were involved in theproject.Passive home in lightweight constructionContact:Willibald and Edith KollerHome KollerAschach/SteyrYear of construction: 2006Building owner: Willibald and Edith KollerLocation: Aschach/SteyrRetrofitted schoolSchwanenstadtYear of construction: 2005/2007Building owner: City of SchwanenstadtArchitect: PAUAT ArchitektenLocation: Schwanenstadt
  8. 8. First supermarket in passive house standardin EuropeContact:Pfeiffer Großhandels GmbH, TraunOEC partners were involved in theproject.Garden cabinSteyrSmall passive house with a complete apart-ment on a surface area of 35 m2Contact:Hertl.Architekten, SteyrYear of construction: 2004Building owner: Alfred HertlLocation: SteyrSupermarketPfeiffer, Kirchberg/TheningYear of construction: 2003Building owner: PfeifferArchitect: Poppe*PrehalLocation: Kirchberg/Thening
  9. 9. High efficiency insulation system,solar façadeContact:Alfred Willensdorfer, GIWOGOEC partners were involved in theproject.Supermarket for organic products (“BiohofAchleitner“), constructed of wood, strawand clayContact:Biohof Achleitner, EferdingOEC partners were involved in theproject.SupermarketEferdingYear of construction: 2005Building owner: AchleitnerLocation: EferdingETP R D projectApartment buildingsolarCity, LinzYear of construction: 2003Property developer: GIWOGLocation: Linz
  10. 10. The world’s smallest passive building - asnack bar!Contact:Johann Weidinger, Weidinger Energiesyste-me, SeewalchenRotunda in timber construction as a passivebuildingContact:Franz Xaver Kumpfmüller (director), Stadl-PauraOEC partners were involved in theproject.Office building MIVAChristophorus House, Stadl-PauraYear of construction: 2002Building owner: BBM (Affiliate of MIVA,purchase and logistics)Location: Stadl-PauraETP R D projectSnack barSeewalchen/AtterseeYear of construction: 2003Building owner: Johann WeidingerLocation: Seewalchen/AtterseePartner of the OEC
  11. 11. Using the waste heat of the restaurant as an“energy source“Contact:Golfclub St. OswaldOEC partners were involved in theproject.Passive home, using ecological buildingmaterialsContact:Manfred and Magdalena RußmannOEC partners were involved in theproject.Home RußmannMollnYear of construction: 2003Building owner: M. and M. RußmannLocation: MollnWinner of the “Energie-Star 2007“Golf clubhouseSt. OswaldYear of construction: 2003Building owner: Golf und Tourismusförde-rung St. OswaldLocation: St. Oswald bei Freistadt
  12. 12. Passive home in massive constructionContact:Rainer and Claudia FreyhammerThe “Energy cube“ – the complete buildingautomation on show for visitorsContact:Alois Neudorfer, RutzenmoosOEC partners were involved in theproject.InstallerNeudorfer, Rutzenmoos at RegauYear of construction: 2005Building owner NeudorferLocation: Rutzenmoos at RegauETP R D projectHome FreyhammerSteyrYear of construction: 2006Building owner: Rainer and Claudia Frey-hammerLocation: Steyr
  13. 13. Passive house partly in lightweight, partly inmassive constructionContact:Friedrich and Edith EderOEC partners were involved in theproject.Large production hall (3,500 m2) in passivehouse standardContact:Christian Obermayr, SchwanenstadtHome EderVöcklabruckYear of construction: 2006Building owner: Friedrich and Edith EderLocation: VöcklabruckProduction hall ObermayrTimber constructionsYear of construction: 2005Building owner: Obermayr Holzkonstrukti-onenLocation: SchwanenstadtPartner of the OEC , ETP R D project
  14. 14. O.Oe. EnergiesparverbandLandstrasse 45, 4020 LinzTel: 0732-7720-14380Fax: 0732-7720-14383office@esv.or.atwww.esv.or.atwww.oec.atZVR 171568947The O.Oe. Energiesparverband is the energy agency of Upper Austria, founded by the regional government with theaim of promoting energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and innovative energy technologies. It is the central ins-titution for energy information in Upper Austria and one of Europe’s largest energy advice and information providers.The O.Oe. Energiesparverband is also responsible for the management of the OEC, the network of 150 green energycompanies in Upper Austria.Target Groups and Partners:• Private Households• Companies• Public bodies on local, regional, national and European levelsServices:• Energy information and public awareness• Energy advice for households, public bodies and businesses• Sustainable building programmes• Training• Management of the green energy business network “OEC”• Regional energy R D programme• Energy Performance Contracting Programme• Local energy strategies• European projects, international cooperation

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