0-Energy house


In 2010, the EU agreed that all new buildings in European Union countries should be built to nearly zero-energy levels (nZEB) by 2024. It’s a demanding target, but the nearly zero goal can be reached using technology that already exists: “passive” measures (such as insulation) combined with the use of renewable energy. As well as making minimal contribution to CO2 emissions, these buildings make other positive contributions as well.

The 0-energy house is my contribution to the development of the house of the future. With its 600 mm thick walls and a ventilated ceiling and wall construction, the 0 house is warm in winter and cool in summer. The house is built on a wooden structure that is also known to store CO2.

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0 - Energy House