How to reach affordable NZEB? (in English)
Saturday, 4 May 2019, 9:00 am, Kammermusiksaal (level 1)
Affordable Nearly Zero Energy Buildings are a corner stone of the transition to a low carbon economy in Europe and the results of the Affordable Zero Energy Buildings (AZEB) project, will be presented to conference attendees. The AZEB program has focussed on the development of new tools and training to speed design processes, which can reduce the cost of building development.
A number of these newly developed tools will be presented and this will complement the discussion on the step by step AZEB process for realising affordable Zero Energy buildings. The Quality Assurance techniques that have been used on the Heidelberg Bahnstadt project will be presented and, together with the tour of the Bahnstadt itself, provides attendees with a fantastic opportunity to learn from an exemplary project.
|9:00 am||Towards Affordable Zero Energy Buildings: A step by step guide||Joyce van den Hoek Ostende|
|9:25 am||Life-Long-Learning||Susanne Winkel|
Tools for cost effective windows and mould prevention
|What window is the best choice in terms of life cycle costs for a specific case? A tool will be presented that helps to answer this question by comparing different windows with their investment costs and the window-related energy costs over the life cycle.|
|10:15 am||Lessons learned from quality assurance in Passive House district Bahnstadt-Heidelberg||Kerstin Stolz|