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Energy Institute Vorarlberg

BM Harald Gmeiner

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


BM Harald Gmeiner

Ecologisation

of the local

building industry

harald.gmeiner@energieinstitut.at

www.energieinstitut.at

www.baubook.info

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


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BM Harald Gmeiner

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Energieinstitut Vorarlberg

Departments

Ecological and biological buildings

Energy efficent buildings

Energy consulting

Community service

Company service

Mobility and transportation

Solar architecture - passive house

Renewable energy sources and heating engineering

12 sponsors

BM Harald Gmeiner

We advise, educate and research into the efficient

use of energy and renewable energy sources.

Founded in 1985

Employees 40

Contractors approx. 40

Budget 2012 approx. Euro 4,19 m

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


BM Harald Gmeiner

Switzerland

Liechtenstein

Rheintal

Hohenw.

Bodensee

Mögers

Hörbranz

Eichenb.

Lochau

Langen

Sulzberg

Deutschland

Gaißau Fußach Hard

Höchst

Bregenz

Riefensberg

Doren

Krumbach

Langenegg

Hittisau

Lingenau

Lustenau

Schweiz

Schwarzenberg

Andelsbuch

Dornbirn

Bezau

Egg

Sibratsgfäll

Altach

Mäder

Hohenems

Reuthe

Bizau

Schnepfau

Götzis

Mellau

Koblach Fraxern

Klaus

Kleinwalsertal

Viktorsberg

Weiler

Au

Meiningen

Röthis

Sulz

Damüls

Schoppernau

Zwischenwasser

Rankweil

Laterns

Feldkirch

Warth

Übersaxen

Schröcken

Göfis

Dünserb.

Satteins

Düns

Röns

Schlins

Bludesch

Frastanz Ludesch

Nenzing

Liechtenstein

Thüringen

Lake Constance

Bregenz

Kennelb. Buch

Lauterach

Wolfurt Bildstein

Schwarzach

Alberschwende

Dornbirn

Vorarlberg

Fontanella

St.Gerold 5 Blons districts Sonntag

Thüringerb.

Schnifis

Lech

96 communes

Raggal

Nüziders

18 Energy consulting offices

Bludenz

Dalaas

Bürserberg

Stallehr

Innerbraz

Bürs Bürs

Lorüns

St.Anton

Bartolomähberg

Klösterle

Brand

Schweiz

Switzerland

Schruns

Vandans Silbertal

Tschagguns

Germany

St. Gallenkirch

Quelle: Vorarlberg Tourismus; Fotocredits: Thorbecke Luftbild

Gaschurn

Tirol

Tirol

Bregenzerwald

Tirol, Austria

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Global oil development forecast (including unconventional oil)

Billion Barrels a year (Gb/a)

30

25

20

15

10

5

0

OIL AND GAS LIQUIDS

Peak Oil Scenario

M.East

Other

Russia

Europe

US-48

1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050

US-48 Europe Russia Other M.East Heavy etc. Deepwater Polar NGL

BM Harald Gmeiner Quelle: Association for the study of peak oil

consumption

? demand ?

price ?

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Reserves of basic commodities

Lifespan in years of known and accessible reserves

20 Silver, gold, antimony

30 Zinc, lead, tin, copper, tungsten, barite

40 Tantalum

50 Crude oil, nickel, uranium, fluor

70 Natural Gas, cobalt

85 Manganese, Ilmenite

110 Graphit

130 Iron, Phosphate

150 Vanadium

200 Anthracite, Lignite

The world economy needs aprox. 30 % less resources than 30 years

ago to generate one Euro of Gross Domestic Product.

However, the use of resources is still steadily increasing.

BM Harald Gmeiner

Quelle: In Anlehnung an Wohnung+Gesundheit 6/06 Nr. 119, S. 81

Predicted resources consumption

1960 > 40 bn. tons / year

2010 > 60 bn. tons / year

2030 > 100 bn. tons / year

= 68.000 times the weight of

the Empire State Building

+ 40% use of resources

+ 60% energy needs

50 % of commodities consumption

60 % of waste production

originate from the construction industry

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Energy future Vorarlberg – a visionary process

Political decision: April 2007

Definition of goals:

Whether and how can Vorarlberg achieve a lasting energy

supply by 2050 using renewable energy technologies

available today, without compromising comfort and

production standards?

Organisation:

- participative process with 10 work groups

- 90 experts in 80 workshops

- feedback with citizens in regional citizen councils

Outcome:

- central ideas for the vision including guidelines and

recommendations for an autonomous Vorarlberg

- quantified path to energy autonomy

BM Harald Gmeiner

biogas

Spatial planning

biomass

Solar energy

industry

buildings

communication

Small electricity

consumers

hydropower

mobility

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Energy future Vorarlberg – course of action

Definition of the vision - December 2007 – July 2009

80 workshops in 10 work groups

7 conferences with the work groups

9 meetings of the executive committee

2 meetings of the programme advisory board

Consultation phase - March/April 2010

Citizen councils and energy cafés in 3 regions of Vorarlberg

Planning of measures - October 2010 - May 2011

16 workshops in 4 work groups

4 meetings of the editoral team of the work groups

1 meeting of the programme advisory board

4 meetings of the work groups together with the programme

advisory board and the executive committee

BM Harald Gmeiner

biogas

hydropower

biomass

sun

industry

buildings

communication

electricity

small consumers

hydropower

mobility

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


The path to energy autonomy in Vorarlberg

Energy demand

BM Harald Gmeiner

Fossile energy

Vision 2050 Vorarlberg

Energy consumption

Renewable energy

today 2050

Sustainable

energy supply

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Forecasted energy needs till 2050 for building, industry and transport

BM Harald Gmeiner

2007 2020 2030 2050

Values in GWh

Mobility – electricity

Mobility – fossil fuel

Industry – heating,

process enegy,...

Industrie – electricity

buildings

electricity and losses

buildings - heating

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Ecological building tools

Citizens

Guidelines – how to build ecologically

New energy for old houses

Citizens - education

Passive house,how to build your dreamhouse

clay construction, electrobiology

Ecological paints….

Quality assurance

18 consulting offices

Building subsidies

On site inspections…

BM Harald Gmeiner

Building Industry - education

Ecology & biology

Building & energy

Passive house planners

Solar energy

Heat pumps

Quality management

Old building / new building

Ecopass building

Energy pass

50 ecological measures

Ecoindex 3 (PEI, CO2, AP)

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Passive house - principles

Max. 10 W/m2 heating load

Max. 15 kWh/(m2a) specific heating demand

Max. 42 kWh/(m2a) specific final energy value

Max. 120 kWh/(m2a) specific primary energy value

Excellent outer wall insolation U � 0,15 W/(m²K)

Compactness of the surface Without termal brigdes

South orientated

Reduced shading

Passive solar energy use

High quality windows (glas+frame) Uw � 0,8 W/(m²K), g-value around 50 %

Airtightness n50 � 0,6 per hour

Air heat recovery Efficiency of heat recovery � 75 %

Energy efficient equipment Efficient electricity saving household

equipment

Water heating with

Solarpanels for warm water or

renewable energy

photovoltaic plus heating pump

BM Harald Gmeiner

Quelle: Passivhaus Institut Darmstadt

m 2 = heated living area

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Material components – greenhouse effect

Greenhouse gas GWP 20 GWP 100 GWP 500

Carbondioxid (CO 2) 1 1 1

Methane (CH 4) 62 24,5 7,5

HFKW (R 134a) 3.300 1.300 420

HFCKW (R 142b) 4.200 2.000 630

FCKW (R 22) 4.300 1.700 520

Sulfur-Hexafluorid (SF 6) 16.500 24.900 36.500

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Greenhouse effect on gas

(kgCO2äqu.;1994)

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Buildings + Infrastructure weight per person

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Building material

9 t/per person year

+ 8 t/p.p.a.

Quantity 300 t/p

Buildings +

infrastructure

Recycling

1 t/p.p.a.

Demolition waste

Disposal

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Ecological Building Ecopass

5 topics, 10 criteria, 50 ecological measures, max. 300 ecopoints

BM Harald Gmeiner

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


A Planning – Comfort and functionality

1 Conception by authorised building planner 4

2a Conception by authorised building services planner 2

2b Conseption by authorised ecopass planner 2

3 Summer-fit building 2

4a Building envelope with few thermal bridges criteria to bei 2

4b Building envelope with no thermal bridges (Required for subsidy level 5) 6

5a Building envelope – Airtightness standard Only one 2

5b Building envelope – Airtightness optimised (Required for subsidy level 5) chosen 6

A Location – Surface and ground demand

6 Urban (re-)densification 2

7 Infrastructure quality (proximity to schools, kindergarten, public transports,...) 2

8a Bicycle room standard Only one 3

8b Bicycle room optimised chosen

6

9 Parking spaces for car-sharing 4

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Only one

criteria to bei

chosen

Only one

chosen

criteria to bei

criteria to bei

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B Heating demand

1 Heating demand spezific (Compulsory) KWh/m² GBA and year 0 - 100

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Compactness (=A/V) 1/l c = A/V 1/m

Maximum permitted specific heating requirement for 3.600 Kd kWh/m²a

Maximum permitted specific heating requirement onsite kWh/m²a

Final energy consumption kWh/m²a

Primary energy consumption kWh/m²a

New building

Eco level HWB max,Ref [kWh/(m² BGF .a)] Ref. = 3600 HGT methode

1 + 2 < 36,0

3 < 36,0

4 < 20,0

5 < 10,0

Old building

1 < 60,0

2 < 60,0

3 < 50,0

4 < 40,0

5 < 30,0

Richtlinie 6 (OIB) (1)

Richtlinie 6 (OIB)

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


C Building service – Energy supply

1

C Building service – Heat distribution and warm water supply

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Condensing boiler technology, low-temperature heating system, warm water supply with

central heating in winter (Compulsory)

2 Reduction of local air pollutants 3

3a Central heating via heat pump 13

Only one

criteria to bei

chosen

3b Central heating via heat pump and eco-electricity 18

3c Biomass heating or connection to district heating eheizung or waste heat recovery 25

4 Optimised warm water and buffer tank 5

5 Optimised distribution system 6

6a Solar water heating Only one 22

criteria to bei

6b Solar water heating connected to heating system chosen 30

7a Ventilation Only one 9

criteria to bei

7b Ventilation with heat exchanger chosen

15

7

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C Building service – Water and electricity

8 Soil sealing maximum 5 m² per residential unit 2

9 Natural drainage of rainwater 2

10 Utilisation of rainwater or green roof 4

11 Energy-efficient household appliances 2

12 Energy-efficient lighting of common areas 2

13 Energy A-Class heating and circulation pumps 2

14 Solar power generation plant, photovoltaics 10

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Marktbeste Geräte (A+, A++)

� www.topprodukte.at

� www.topten.ch

� www.vkw.at

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D Materials selection – Ecological assessment

1 HFC and SF6-free insulation and building materials and components (Compulsory) 0

2 Removal and appropriate disposal of insulation materials containing HFC 6

3a PVC-free windows, doors and rolling shutters on upper floors Only one

criteria to bei

6

3b PVC-free windows, doors, rolling shutters and lightwells in cellars chosen

3

4a PVC and halogen-free electrical installation - partial installation Only one

criteria to bei

3

4b PVC and halogen-free electrical installation - full installation chosen

6

5 PVC-free pipes in building, films, joints, floorings and wallpapers (Compulsory) 0

6 PVC-free drainpipes and wall ducts at ground level 4

7 PU-free insulation materials 2

8 Thermal insulation of connection joints with stuffing material and sealing tape 3

9 Ecologically optimised building materials 2

10 Plasters with less than 6 % of plastic content, cement-bound adhesives 2

11 Solvent- and biocide-free masonry paints 2

12 Solvent-free primers, coatings and binders for bitumen 3

13 Locally-grown wood 5

14 No wood from primary forests (Compulsory) 0

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Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


D Material selection – Eco-index 3

15 Ecological assessment of thermal envelope materials 0 - 22

D Material selection – Durability and maintenance

16a Barrier-free building - Partial adaptation (private residential building) 5

16b Barrier-free building - Total adaptation (Compulsory for large appartments blocks) 15

17 Possibility to split residential unit 4

18 Weather-resistant fassade and windows 3

19 Easy vertical access to building services 1

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Non-renewable primary energy consumption PEI ne kWh/m²a

Greenhouse impact potential GWP kWh/m²a

Acidification potential AP 1/m

Only one

criteria to bei

chosen

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


E Interior space – low emissions

1 Low-emission floor-laying materials 2

2 Low-emission and scent-free floorings and treatments 2

3 Low-emission and diluent-free wall and ceiling paints and wallpaper adhesives 2

4 Low-emission and scent-free wood and metal paints 2

5a Optimised standard ventilation (required for level C7a) Only one 2

5b Optimised twin-stream ventilation with heat exchange (required for level C7b) chosen

4

6 Electrobiological installations 2

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criteria to bei

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Housing subsidies 2012

BM Harald Gmeiner

Eco-level 5 required

for social housing

max. 327 ecopoints New building Old building

Eco-level 5

200 ecopoints

HD ≤ 10, passive house

200 ecopoints

HD ≤ 30

Eco-level 4

175 ecopoints

HD ≤ 20

175 ecopoints

HD ≤ 40

Eco-level 3

Eco-level 2

150 ecopoints

HD ≤ 36

0 ecopoints

HD ≤ 36

Eco-level 1 ---

REQUIREMENTS

150 ecopoints

HD ≤ 50

125 ecopoints

HD ≤ 60

0 ecopoints

HD ≤ 60

� HCFC-free or CFC-free insulation materials

� Innovative and relevant heating systems (wood, solar, heat pump)

� Flooring, water pipes and air pipes PVC-free; plastic windows are

not recommended (old buildings)

� Wood from primary forests is only allowed with the FSC-COC

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Old building renovation defaults 2012

Subsidy-level Complete renovation Construction unit renovation

Criteria Eco points HWB U-value

Category

BM Harald Gmeiner

Single – and

multi-family

house

Heating demand External wall Roofing Groundfloor Windows

(glass+frame)

unit (-) kWh/(m 2 BGF.a) W/m 2 K

Eco-level 5 200 < 30 < 0,14 < 0,11 < 0,16 < 0,80 ---

Eco-level 4 175 < 40 < 0,16 < 0,13 < 0,18 < 0,90 ---

Eco-level 3 150 < 50 < 0,19 < 0,15 < 0,21 < 1,00 ---

Eco-level 2 125 < 60 < 0,22 < 0,17 < 0,25 < 1,20 ---

Window

glass

Eco-level 1 0 < 60 < 0,25 < 0,19 < 0,29 < 1,35 < 1,10

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Amount of the housing subsidies in 2012

BM Harald Gmeiner

New building

Eco level 5 € 650 to 1.060

Eco level 4 560 to 960 €

Eco level 3 500 to 895 €

Eco level 2 350 to 730 €

Eco level 1 ---

(1) max. 1.000 € /m 2 useable living area (included VAT)

Eco level 3 - protected parts of the house

Old building

per renovation costs (1)

Loan per m 2 of the area Subsidy Loan per m 2 of the area

up to 50 000 €

40% subsidy

up to 40 000 €

35% subsidy

up to 35 000 €

30% subsidy

up to 30 000 €

22,5% subsidy

up to 25 000 €

17,5% subsidy

€ 145 m/y invested for the subsidies

€ 550 m/y of buildings in result

above 50 000 €

85% loan

above 40 000 €

75% loan

Above35 000 €

65% loan

Above30 000 €

50% loan

above 25 000 €

40% loan

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Subsidies 2011

100%

90%

80%

70%

60%

50%

40%

30%

20%

10%

0%

BM Harald Gmeiner

New buildings

1.217 appartments

21 %

259 app.

7 % 82 app.

40 %

482 app.

16 %

195 app.

16 %

199 app.

Old buildings

5.467 appartments

30 %

1518 app.

35 %

1819 app.

16 %

823 app.

4 % 227 app.

15 %

753 app.

Quelle: Wohnbauförderung Vorarlberg, Daten & Statistik, Stand 15.1.2012

24.500 projects

subsidised since 1990

(5,7 millions m²)

ECO-level 5

ECO-level 4

ECO-level 3

ECO-level 2

ECO-level 1

ap. - appartment

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Steps to apply for subsidy

1. Complete concept, energy advice

18 neutral advice centres

2. Building design

Architect, first ecological advice

3. Building permission process

Building passport, building permission

4. Request for housing subsidy

from the government of Vorarlberg

Building passport requested

5. Construction

Summary of different documents and proof required

6. Checking the implementation (controlling)

Actualising the building passport by the architect

Checking the building passport including measurements

at the Energy Institute

Local inspection of the building

7. Technical release

Subsidy will be given to the home owner

BM Harald Gmeiner

Wohnbauförderung - Ökologischer Wohnbau 2004 - Neubau / Altbau

Gebäudeart BEISPIEL Mehrfamilienwohnhaus Wohnnutzfläche 382 m

Bruttogeschossfläche 497

Wohnungskosten 2180

Grundstückkosten 150

Heizwärmebedarf spez. 39,5

Heizwärmebedarf 19632

2 gesamt (WNF lt. Förderg)

Wohneinheiten 6 m 2 gesamt (BGF)

Objektadresse Errichterweg 9 €/m 2 WNF lt. Förderung

Plz., Ort 6850 Dornbirn €/m 2

Jahr der Erstellung 2004 kWh/(m 2 u. Jahr) BGF

Jahr der Sanierung kWh/Jahr

Parzelle-Nummer Gp. 1234/12, 1234/13, 1234/14

Antragsteller Anton Muster Telefon 05574 / 45745

Wohnadresse

Plz., Wohnort

Dorfstraße 1

6922 Wolfurt

Fax

Mail 800 euros

Verpflichtungserklärung für die Umsetzung der Maßnahmen (Datum, Unterschrift)

Gebäude-Planer Architekt DI Jodok Huber Telefon 05572 / 31202

Büroadresse Staufen 3 Fax 05574 / 31202-4

Plz., Ort 6850 Dornbirn Mail j.huber@architekt

Planung laut Förderrichtlinien durchgeführt (Datum, Unterschrift)

G E B Ä U D E A U S W E I S

Planung Behaglichkeit und Funktionalität A

69%

Standort Flächen- und Grundbedarf A

78%

Energie Heizwärmebedarf B 18%

Energieversorgung C

100%

Haustechnik Wärmeverteilung, Warmwasser C 57%

Wasser und Elektrische Energie C

70%

Ökologische Bewertung D

69%

Materialwahl Ökoindex 3 D 56%

Lebensdauer und Wartung D

86%

Innenraum Emissionsfrei E

80%

Ökologische Gebäudequalität

53%

For renovation

apartment building

2000 euros

family house

Haustechnik-Planer Ing. Norbert Zwinger Telefon 05574 / 23200

Büroadresse Riedgasse 22 Fax 05574 / 23201

Plz., Ort 6800 Bregenz Mail

Planung laut Förderrichtlinien durchgeführt (Datum, Unterschrift)

9 von 13 Punkten

7 von 9 Punkten

18 von 100 Punkten

25 von 25 Punkten

29 von 51 Punkten

7 von 10 Punkten

24 von 35 Punkten

14 von 25 Punkten

19 von 22 Punkten

8 von 10 Punkten

160 von 300 Punkten

subsidy given

for energy and eco-passport

Energie-, Ökologie-

Berater

DI Kurt Holdermann Telefon 05574 / 22340

Büroadresse Nussgasse 5 Fax 05574 / 22345

Plz., Ort 6800 Bregenz Mail k.holdermann@tech.buero

Gebäudeausweis laut Förderrichtlinien erstellt (Datum, Unterschrift)

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


aubook - online products and services

BM Harald Gmeiner

www.baubook.info

Quelle: baubook factbox 3.4.2012

2.455 products / product series

350 suppliers and manufacturers

422 physical and ecological values

50.000 weekly visitors

7.700 registered users

1.400 downloads per month

of energy and ecology key data

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Calculator for building components

BM Harald Gmeiner

www.baubook.info

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Energy counsulting offices in Vorarlberg

Liechtenstein

BM Harald Gmeiner

Hohenw.

Mögers

Bodensee

Hörbranz

Eichenb.

Lochau

Sulzberg

Gaißau Fußach Hard

Höchst

Langen

Bregenz

Kennelb. Buch

Riefensberg

Doren

Krumbach

Lauterach

Wolfurt Bildstein

Langenegg

Hittisau

Schwarzach

Alberschwende Lingenau

Lustenau

Egg

Schweiz

Schwarzenberg

Dornbirn

Andelsbuch

Bezau

Altach

Mäder

Hohenems

Reuthe

Bizau

Schnepfau

Koblach

Götzis

Fraxern

Mellau

Meiningen

Klaus

Viktorsberg

Weiler

Röthis

Sulz

Zwischenwasser

Rankweil

Damüls

Au

Feldkirch

Übersaxen

Nenzing

Laterns

Göfis

Dünserb.

Satteins

Düns

Röns

Frastanz

Schlins

Bludesch

Ludesch

Thüringen

St.Gerold

Thüringerb.

Schnifis

Blons

Raggal

Brand

Bürserberg

Bürs Bürs

Schweiz

Nüziders

Fontanella

Bludenz

Innerbraz

Stallehr

Lorüns

St.Anton

Bartolomähberg

Deutschland

Sibratsgfäll

Schoppernau

Schruns

Vandans Silbertal

Tschagguns

Sonntag

St. Gallenkirch

Dalaas

Schröcken

Kleinwalsertal

Lech

Klösterle

Warth

Tirol

www.energieinstitut.at / Beratung

Energy counsulting offices

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Guideline – how to build ecologically

Guide

BM Harald Gmeiner

Theme collection

Over 50 different themes

from A to Z

5 targets and 15 topics

Specifications guideline

With your personal needs and

wishes for the building

156 pages, EUR 24.www.energieinstitut.at

jennifer.auer@energieinsitut.at

T. +43/(0)5572 31202 - 50

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Signpost – How to build ecologic

Healthy living

Healthy environment

Low building costs

Low energy costs

Simple maintenance

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Comfortable rooms

Low-polluted materials

Minimum radiation

Renewable energy

Ressources protectve materials

Naturally space outside

Rooms planed standard

Compact building Form

Simple building structure

Less use of energy

Less use of water

Less electricity costs

Permanent construction units

Easy replacable construction units

Surfaces easy to handle

Handhabung / 1.2

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Topic collection from A to Z

Topic

Summary

Introduction

Realisation

BM Harald Gmeiner

Costs

Handhabung / 1.2

Signpost / Guide

with more than 50 themes for planning, building process and topics for

the execution of constructions

Links for more

information

Also found in

Tips and advices

for specific aspects in

building ecologic

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Obligations Booklet

BM Harald Gmeiner

Written basis for the

planification and

achievement of the

project

Integral part of the

contract between builder

and architect

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Green buildings - university course

Target

Participants recognize and evaluate ecologic and biologic

factors, then use these factors practically in building process

Target Group

Professionals in building industry

Schedule

75 UE in 4 education units

29 UE project work optional (4 ECTS-credits)

Term

February 04 – March 20th

Information

harald.gmeiner@energieinstitut.at, T.+43(0)5572/31202

BM Harald Gmeiner

University course

in cooperation with the

University of Liechtenstein

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Sustainable building – consulting service

BM Harald Gmeiner

modules

module 0 First contact

with the communal authorities

module 1 Preliminary planning

monitoring in the decision process

and architect tender

module 2 Detail planning, tendering procedure

monitoring of offers

module 3 Realisation

Product control

Building site control

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Programme – energy advice for organisations

BM Harald Gmeiner

We offer advice to

� Tourism

organisations

� Office construction

� Industries

� Crafts companies

About 350 organisations

are evalued

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


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Programme Vorarlberg

29 participating communities

380 persons involved in e5 teams

these team members have spent 18.000 hours

since the beginning of the programm

plus 1.800 projects completed

7.000 hours of continuous training provided

30 guidelines are available

36.000 tons of CO2 saved

Half of Vorarlberg is member of the e5 programm

Europe - 10 regions with 500 communities with

100.000 inhabitants

50% 75%

Profile of the town Dornbirn

Kommunikation, Kooperation

Interne Organisation

Entwicklungsplanung, Raumordnung

100%

75%

50%

25%

Points max. 424

Points achieved 271

Percentage achieved 64%

0%

Mobilität

25% 37% 50% 62% 75%

Communities awarded with 5e in Vorarlberg

Zwischenwasser, Langenegg, Mäder,

Feldkirch, Wolfurt

=

Kommunale Gebäude, Anlagen

Versorgung, Entsorgung

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg

Audi


Vlotte – soft mobility in Vorarlberg

Fleet experiment electromobility – Vorarlberg

as Austria‘s first model region

75 electric cars and 500 e-bicycles in the first year

3.000 km per year > Parking space of 0,1 m 2

www.vlotte.at

www.energieinstitut.at / Fachthemen / Mobilität

BM Harald Gmeiner

18 kWh for 100 km electric car

50 kWh for 100 km diesel engine (consumption 5 litres)

250.000 vehicles in Vorarlberg

>25.000 electric cars (60 Mil. kWh = +3% electric energy)

500 GWh EET-development potential (H2O, PV,…)

4.7 m. Euro Austrian climate and energy fund subsidy

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


DreamHome renovation – partner cluster

BM Harald Gmeiner

The companies

are specialised experts

for all energy-efficient

and ecological renovation

The Cluster

Includes more than

60 companies and

professionals with about

600 employees

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


BM Harald Gmeiner

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Renovation „factor 10“

F10 example Schleipfweg in Rankweil

BM Harald Gmeiner

Non-profit developer

100 apartments in 4 projects

Start 2006

Completion 2007

Appartements 18

Effective area 1.414 m2

Costs Euro 925.000

Euro 654 /m²

Heating demand 175 kWh/m²a

15 kWh/m²a

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Ecologic city hall in Ludesch

BM Harald Gmeiner

Population 3340

Start May 2004

Completion Oktober 2005

Surface 14 500 m²

Effective area 3 135 m²

(incl archives, storage...)

Costs Euro 5,6 m.

Architect H. Kaufmann

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Ecologic city hall in Ludesch

BM Harald Gmeiner

Heat demand 13,8 kWh/m² per year

Biomass energy

Solar heated water

Ecological materials only (PVC-free,…)

Wood from the region

Minimum instead of maximum technical equipment (hvac)

Photovoltaics on the roof of the forecourt

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


Ecologic city hall in Ludesch

BM Harald Gmeiner

90 % Less heating demand

65 % Less greenhouse effect

50 % Less primary energy („grey energy“)

No air condition

(stays cool in summer with ground water system)

Approximately 1,8 % extra costs

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


BM Harald Gmeiner

thank you for your attention

harald.gmeiner@energieinstitut.at

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg


BM Harald Gmeiner

Energieinstitut Vorarlberg

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