A Low-energy Building under Arctic Conditions

Carsten Rode, Jesper Kragh, Egil Borchersen & Carsten Rode
In 2005 a low-energy building was inaugurated in Sisimiut, Greenland, just 50 km north of the Arctic Circle. The 200 m2 building was supposed to be a building with an energy consumption for heating of only half of the maximum permissible according to requirements of new Greenlandic Building Regulations. Thus, the target heating consumption was set to 80 kWh/(m2∙year). The low energy feature was accomplished by using well insulated structures without cold bridges, a ventilation...
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