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Hall 7, Wed­nes­day, 9 Oc­to­ber 2019, 1:30 pm


Time Top­ic Speak­er

1:30 pm

Wel­come Ad­dress

The Re­pub­lic of Aus­tria is one of the world’s tech­no­logy lead­ers in the pass­ive house seg­ment. Eco­lo­gic­al in­nov­a­tions like this made in Aus­tria are ap­pre­ci­ated in­ter­na­tion­ally to sup­port sus­tain­able urb­an de­vel­op­ment. The Re­pub­lic of Aus­tria would be happy to co­op­er­ate with the People’s Re­pub­lic of China in all areas of en­vir­on­ment­al pro­tec­tion and re­new­able en­ergy tech­no­lo­gies, es­pe­cially in the pass­ive house tech­no­logy sec­tor.

Chinese Min­istry
Aus­tri­an Min­istry
Wolfgang Feist

1:45 pm

Aus­tria, Pass­ive House and Re­in­berg`s Ar­chi­tec­ture: an evol­u­tion 1982-2020

The Aus­tri­an ar­chi­tect Georg W. Re­in­berg looks back to the de­vel­op­ment of his ar­chi­tec­tur­al work. He presents pro­jects which can be seen ex­em­plary for the evol­u­tion of the Pass­ive House and it´s tech­nic dur­ing this time. He gives also an out­look how could be the new de­vel­op in the near fu­ture

Re­in­berg Georg

2:00 pm

Pass­ive houses in so­cial hous­ing and ret­ro­fit pro­jects of Sin­fonia in Inns­bruck/Aus­tri

In Inns­bruck, Aus­tria many mul­ti­fam­ily build­ings are built in Pass­ive House stand­ard. Ad­di­tion­ally ren­ov­a­tion of build­ings to very high en­er­get­ic level has star­ted. Ac­com­pa­ny­ing meas­ure­ment cam­paigns show that all com­fort cri­ter­ia are met and the en­ergy con­sump­tion is close to the pre­dicted val­ues.

Wolfgang Streich­er

2:15 pm

Aus­tri­an State Award for Ar­chi­tec­ture and Sus­tain­ab­il­ity

The State Prize for Ar­chi­tec­ture and Sus­tain­ab­il­ity is one of the highest in Aus­tria. It is char­ac­ter­ized by the fact that there are two en­tirely sep­ar­ate jur­ies. Beauty is as im­port­ant as sus­tain­ab­il­ity. A build­ing can only re­ceive a state award if it is sus­tain­able AND beau­ti­ful.

Helmut Krap­mei­er

2:30 pm

Awar­ded Chinese Pass­ive House of­fice build­ings and cer­ti­fied su­per­mar­kets, stu­dent dorm­it­or­ies and ho­tels from Aus­tria

Pass­ive House of­fice build­ings, su­per­mar­kets, ho­tels or stu­dent dorm­it­or­ies in China and Aus­tria - qual­ity as­sured and cer­ti­fied res­id­en­tial and non-res­id­en­tial Pass­ive House build­ings are a suc­cess story of the Pass­ive House In­sti­tu­te in Inns­bruck.

Laszlo Lepp

2:45 pm

Lower Aus­tri­an state build­ings as pi­on­eers of the pass­ive­house stand­ard

In 2008, the Fed­er­al State of Lower Aus­tria de­cided to con­struct all its state build­ings in ac­cord­ance with the pass­ive house stand­ard. Thus, beacon pro­jects were used to ini­ti­ate the de­vel­op­ment of know-how and the gath­er­ing of prac­tic­al ex­per­i­en­ce in the con­struc­tion in­dustry. The loc­al con­struc­tion in­dustry was thus able to achieve a com­pet­it­ive ad­vant­age.

Mar­tin Huber

3:00 pm

World‘s first plus-en­ergy of­fice high-rise build­ing (Vi­enna, Aus­tria)

In Vi­enna a former high-rise labor­at­ory build­ing from the 1970s was ren­ov­ated to an of­fice-build­ing in plus-en­ergy stand­ard (feed­ing more elec­tri­city from PV in­to the power grid than en­ergy needed for build­ing op­er­a­tion and use). An ex­treme re­duc­tion of en­ergy de­mand through the op­tim­iz­a­tion of 9,300 com­pon­ents was cru­cial to achieve this stand­ard.

Ernst Schriefl

3:15 pm

Les­sons learned after 5 years of pi­on­eer­ing work in China

Dur­ing the ex­e­cu­tion of the first cer­ti­fied pass­ive house build­ings in the cool tem­per­ate north and the first pass­ive house build­ings in the hu­mid south as well as the train­ings of the most cer­ti­fied pass­ive house plan­ners in the People's Re­pub­lic of China by Daw­id Michulec, NEUBAU best.en­ergy many in­ter­est­ing ex­per­i­en­ces could be gained.

Daw­id Michulec
3:30 pm

It's al­ways a ques­tion of re­sources 

With the es­tab­lish­ment of the pass­ive­house stand­ard and stand­ar­ds that cre­ate build­ings pro­du­cing en­ergy it was  achieved a lot in terms of re­source con­ser­va­tion. The great eco­lo­gic­al foot­print of the postin­dus­tri­al states shows us that a huge amount of work has to be put in­to the fur­ther re­duc­tion of re­source con­sump­tion in the con­struc­tion in­dustry. Newly built pro­jects are still built with build­ing ma­ter­i­als that are neither re­new­able nor easy to re­cycle. The plan­ning and con­struc­tion pro­cess also hap­pens largely on site. There are many ap­proaches to in­crease the in­dus­tri­al­iz­a­tion pro­cesses with­in the con­struc­tion sec­tor, that are very much in line with sus­tain­ab­il­ity goals

Mar­tin Aich­holzer
3:45 pm

Green Build­ing Solu­tions for stu­dents

Or­gan­ized since 2011, the G.B.S. Sum­mer School provides the alumni (320 from 76 coun­tries so far) the ex­pert­ise to design a Pass­ive House and to make it the cen­ter of a hol­ist­ic ap­proach that en­hances its sus­tain­able fea­tures. My talk pro­motes the du­plic­a­tion of our concept in oth­er coun­tries.

Thomas Lebinger, Mar­cello Tur­rini
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