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Solar-supported integrated eco-efficient renovation of large residential buildings and heat supply systems

Objective

The huge stock of old multi-flat buildings all over Eastern Europe needs to be restored sustainable to avoid lost-opportunities. A Hungarian renovation program is underway but it will only result in minimal non-sustainable energy savings. Solanova aims to make the ongoing renovation sustainable. One selected building will be transformed into Eastern Europe's first "passive house".

Objectives: to reduce space heating and thus CO2 emissions by ca. 90%; to enable solar energy to be the main heating source; to show perspectives for development of heat supply system; to improve the inhabitants' social situation by cutting their high energy bills substantially; to improve the dwelling quality incl. the indoor climate; to open new market potential for all branches involved in the renovation; to minimize environmental impacts through the use of LCA.

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Call for proposal

Fifth Energie C
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Coordinator

UNIVERSITAET GESAMTHOCHSCHULE KASSEL
Address
Moenchebergstrasse 19
Kassel
Germany

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Participants (6)

"ENERGY CENTRE" ENERGY EFFICIENCY, ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY INFORMATION AGENCY NON-PROFIT CO.
Hungary
Address
Ráday U. 42-44
Budapest

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BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS
Hungary
Address
Müegyetem Rkp. 3-9
Budapest

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DUNAUJVAROSI VIZ-CSATORNA-HOSZOLGALTATO KFT
Hungary
Address
Epitok Utja 1
Dunaújváros

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FIORENTINI HUNGARY LTD.
Hungary
Address
Gergely U. 83
Budapest

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INTERNORM INTERNATIONAL GMBH
Austria
Address
Ganglgutstrasse 131
Traun

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SZIGET ALAPITANY
Hungary
Address
Városháza Tér 1
Dunaujvaros

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