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Project 8. Project of Nearly Zero Energy District [nZED] for (Nil Juvanteny i Vanessa Gàlvez). The main objective of this project is to achieve a nearly zero energy district [nZED] for the city center of Schiedam. The most important idea of the project is to develop a model that can be exported to any neighborhood, district, area of the city, independently if it is rich or poor, big or small. The principle of “nearly zero energy” means a very high level of energy performance that is traduced in low energy consumption which should be covered using renewable sources. These renewable sources are used not just to cover the energy consumption but also to sell the surplus and make profit from that.

Project 8. Project of Nearly Zero Energy District [nZED] for (Nil Juvanteny i Vanessa Gàlvez). The main objective of this project is to achieve a nearly zero energy district [nZED] for the city center of Schiedam. The most important idea of the project is to develop a model that can be exported to any neighborhood, district, area of the city, independently if it is rich or poor, big or small. The principle of “nearly zero energy” means a very high level of energy performance that is traduced in low energy consumption which should be covered using renewable sources. These renewable sources are used not just to cover the energy consumption but also to sell the surplus and make profit from that.

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  1. 1. Project of nearly Zero Energy District [nZED] for Schiedam Center Autor : Vanessa Gálvez Tutor in Schiedam :Resie Beulen Tutor in Girona : Joaquim Meléndez
  2. 2. Schiedam Types of buildings in Schiedam
  3. 3. Nearly Zero EnergyWhat is
  4. 4. How is it distribuied the energy? Example of nZEB in Freiburg
  5. 5. How we do? CONSUMER OBTEIN DATA DEFINING INDICATORS DISPLAY OF REACH ANALYZE AND COMPARE DATA PROPOSE CORRECTIVE ACTION
  6. 6. Building energy system
  7. 7. How is the consumption distributed and which factors affect to it?
  8. 8. What do we propose to reduce energy demand ? and how do we do it?
  9. 9. How do we arrive to know the consumption for a community ?
  10. 10. How do we arrive to know the consumption for a flat?
  11. 11. Coefficient for different kinds of flats Name of coefficientName of coefficient Coefficient first floor Coefficient between flats Coefficient roof 1,2 1 1,1
  12. 12. Consumption for buildings Buildings Number Nº of floors Nº of flats for floor Units Units Name of coefficientName of coefficient Bad Isolation Good Isolation Normal Isolation 1,2 1 1,1
  13. 13. Results our Excel : for a flat between flats. Electric heating Condensing Boiler Difference Electric Power Comsumption Elec Flow of Gas Gas comsumption 7.696 w 3,23 Kw/h 0,55 m3 1,56 Kw/h 4.231 w = 3.465 w 1,46 m3 = 1,67 Kw/h 0,38 m3/h 0,86 m3/h = - 0,48 m3/h = -0,91 m3
  14. 14. Virtual Coins
  15. 15. Software the best tool
  16. 16. The FUTURE for Nearly Zero Energy

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