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Practical Climate: Energy Passively Take Advantage

Passive house components integrate energy advisor of the climate protection campaign / campaign website informs with passive house special and new design Berlin, December 7, 2009. \”While international solutions will be negotiated in Copenhagen, the campaign promoted by the Ministry for environment shows climate seeks protection\” climate protection of the practical way: with the new passive house special \”and informed they can benefit consumers, as they personally of the passive house construction in the new and old building various energy saving advisors on climate seeks schutz.de and check out what best practice examples. Three of a total of 15 energy saving Advisor of the climate protection campaign has been added to various options to the passive house standard. \”In the Guide heating costs in the new building\” builders of residential buildings now have the opportunity to check the energy balance and efficiency of a passive house, which requires no separate heating system, in addition to the quick comparison of different heating systems. Quick and easy user can the individual amount bring the investments needed and the current fuel consumption and operating costs in experience. Also, the CO2 emissions of selected systems are compared. The current energy saving Regulation (EnEv) requires an annual heating requirement of no more than 95 kilowatt hours per square meter, for example, for a newly built detached house. The Energiesparwunder passive house with its requirement of less than 15 kWh undermines these guidelines many times over. Passive house renovation in the building worth the Upgrade Advisor\”offers according to the rating of the energy consumption of the existing building, passive house components as modernization measures to select. In existing buildings these measures can be worthwhile, like Tanja Loitz GmbH, winner of the climate protection campaign, explained Managing Director of the non-profit co2online: an average detached House has an energy consumption of 180 kWh per square meter per year.