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 [[planning:​non-residential_passive_house_buildings:​passive_house_schools:​how go about it?]] \\ [[planning:​non-residential_passive_house_buildings:​passive_house_schools:​how go about it?]] \\
  
-[[planning:​non-residential_passive_house_buildings:​passive_house_schools:​Air quality in schools|]]\\+[[planning:​non-residential_passive_house_buildings:​passive_house_schools:​Air quality in schools|]] ​ ​{{:​picopen:​members_only.png?​25}}\\
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-[{{:​picopen:​riedberg-schule_frankfurt_passivhaus.jpg?​300|**Best Practice Example - Riedberg Passive House School**\\ The Passive House primary school and day nursery in Riedberg Frankfurt a.M. was opened in November 2004 after a construction period of only 14 months. The extra costs for achieving the Passive House Standard were a moderate 5.3 % in comparison with the currently valid EnEV (German energy saving regulations) standard. [[examples:​non-residential_buildings:​passive_house_schools:​central_europe:​riedberg_passive_house_school_frankfurt_germany|Read more]]}}]+[{{:​picopen:​riedberg-schule_frankfurt_passivhaus.jpg?​400|**Best Practice Example - Riedberg Passive House School**\\ The Passive House primary school and day nursery in Riedberg Frankfurt a.M. was opened in November 2004 after a construction period of only 14 months. The extra costs for achieving the Passive House Standard were a moderate 5.3 % in comparison with the currently valid EnEV (German energy saving regulations) standard. [[examples:​non-residential_buildings:​passive_house_schools:​central_europe:​riedberg_passive_house_school_frankfurt_germany|Read more]]}}]
  
-[{{:​picopen:​secondary_school_in_baesweiler_-_fig_2.jpg?​300|**Secondary school in Baesweiler - modernised and energy-optimised to the Passive House Standard – a unique exemplary model!** \\ Besides great environmental benefits like saving 90 % in heating costs and saving 530 tons of CO<​sub>​2</​sub>​ per year, the decision-makers of the City of Baesweiler made it their objective to contribute to the elimination of a misconception which also many architects subscribe to, that “Passive Houses are thickly insulated, disproportionate,​ impersonal blocks that are impossible to realise in a good quality architectural style”. [[examples:​non-residential_buildings:​passive_house_schools:​central_europe:​riedberg_passive_house_school_frankfurt_germany|Read more]]}}]+[{{:​picopen:​secondary_school_in_baesweiler_-_fig_2.jpg?​400|**Secondary school in Baesweiler - modernised and energy-optimised to the Passive House Standard – a unique exemplary model!** \\ Besides great environmental benefits like saving 90 % in heating costs and saving 530 tons of CO<​sub>​2</​sub>​ per year, the decision-makers of the City of Baesweiler made it their objective to contribute to the elimination of a misconception which also many architects subscribe to, that “Passive Houses are thickly insulated, disproportionate,​ impersonal blocks that are impossible to realise in a good quality architectural style”. [[examples:​non-residential_buildings:​passive_house_schools:​central_europe:​riedberg_passive_house_school_frankfurt_germany|Read more]]}}]
  
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 ===== Passive House concept in hospitals ===== ===== Passive House concept in hospitals =====
 +[{{ :​picopen:​25366802027_f52cdc3054_z.jpg?​400|Klinikum Frankfurt Höchst Rohbau Februar 2018 © Klinikum Frankfurt Höchst}}]
 **Baseline study - implementing the Passive House concept in hospitals** \\ **Baseline study - implementing the Passive House concept in hospitals** \\
  
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 Evaluations of consumption statistics show that hospitals are among the buildings that consume the most energy. To evaluate and tap the conservation potential of retrofits and energy-efficient new builds, the State of Hesse studied basic issues for the implementation of the Passive House Standard in hospitals while constructing a new build for the Frankfurt Höchst Clinic. [[planning:​non-residential_passive_house_buildings:​ph hospitals:​Baseline study - implementing the Passive House concept in hospitals|Read more]] \\  Evaluations of consumption statistics show that hospitals are among the buildings that consume the most energy. To evaluate and tap the conservation potential of retrofits and energy-efficient new builds, the State of Hesse studied basic issues for the implementation of the Passive House Standard in hospitals while constructing a new build for the Frankfurt Höchst Clinic. [[planning:​non-residential_passive_house_buildings:​ph hospitals:​Baseline study - implementing the Passive House concept in hospitals|Read more]] \\ 
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-[[planning:​building_services:​ventilation:​Passive_House_when_reasoning_becomes_passion|]]\\ 
  
 [[http://​www.passiv.de/​downloads/​05_krankenhaus_grundlagenstudie.pdf|Download]] (pdf 5,8 MB) of the long version of the report "​Baseline study on implementing the Passive House concept in hospitals"​ on www.passivehouse.com ​ //(only available in German language)// \\ [[http://​www.passiv.de/​downloads/​05_krankenhaus_grundlagenstudie.pdf|Download]] (pdf 5,8 MB) of the long version of the report "​Baseline study on implementing the Passive House concept in hospitals"​ on www.passivehouse.com ​ //(only available in German language)// \\
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 ===== Energy efficiency in cafeterias and commercial kitchens ===== ===== Energy efficiency in cafeterias and commercial kitchens =====
  
-**Energy efficiency in cafeterias and commercial kitchens** 
  
-//This article is published in the [[http://​passiv.de/​literaturbestellung/​index.php/​en/​product/​view/​12/​1433|Conference proceedings]] of the 17<​sup>​th</​sup>​ International Passive House Conference 2013:// 
  
-Commercial kitchens are one of the most energy-intensive areas of buildings. In addition to cooking, dishes are washed and food is kept cool, all of which requires ​a lot of energy; in addition, each of these processes creates a lot of internal heat and moisture, which has to be drawn out of the kitchen with sufficiently dimensioned ventilation systems. Energy-efficient kitchen equipment therefore offers benefits in several ways – it saves energy, generally reduces internal loads, and thus allows smaller ventilation units to be used. The topic is especially timely as Germany switches ​to all-day schools with school cafeterias[[planning:​non-residential_passive_house_buildings:​Cafeterias and commercial kitchens:​energy efficiency in cafeterias and commercial kitchens|Read more]] \\ +{{ :​picopen:​fig14_10.png?​250| }}Commercial kitchens are one of the most energy-intensive areas of buildings. In addition to cooking, dishes are washed and food is kept cool, all of which require ​a lot of energy; in addition, each of these processes creates a lot of internal heat and moisture, which has to be drawn out of the kitchen with sufficiently dimensioned ventilation systems ​due to which a large part of the energy used in commercial kitchens ​is devoted ​to ventilation.
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-**Ventilation in commercial kitchens**+
  
-//This article is published in the [[http://​passiv.de/​literaturbestellung/​index.php/​en/​product/​view/​12/​1433|Conference proceedings]] of the 17<​sup>​th</​sup>​ International Passive House Conference 2013: +[[Commercial kitchens and cafeterias]]
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-A large part of the energy used in commercial kitchens is devoted to ventilation. Kitchen ventilation systems have to remove heat, moisture, and aerosols emitted during cooking and cleaning from the indoor air to ensure tolerable working conditions for staff. \\ [[planning:​non-residential_passive_house_buildings:​cafeterias_and_commercial_kitchens:​ventilation_in_commercial_kitchens|Read more]] \\ 
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 ===== Passive House retail ===== ===== Passive House retail =====
  
 +[{{ :​picopen:​fig_6_rewe_in_hannover.png?​400|REWE in Hanover/​Wettbergen,​ ©PHI}}]
 //These and more articles can be found in [[http://​passiv.de/​literaturbestellung/​index.php/​en/​product/​view/​31/​268|Protocol Volume No. 40]] about "​Passive House Retail Stores"​ of the "​Research Group for Cost-effective Passive Houses"​ (only available in German). // \\ //These and more articles can be found in [[http://​passiv.de/​literaturbestellung/​index.php/​en/​product/​view/​31/​268|Protocol Volume No. 40]] about "​Passive House Retail Stores"​ of the "​Research Group for Cost-effective Passive Houses"​ (only available in German). // \\
  
-[[planning:​non-residential_passive_house_buildings:​Passive House Retail|Introduction:​ Retail stores as Passive Houses]] \\+[[planning:​non-residential_passive_house_buildings:​Passive House Retail|Introduction:​ Retail stores as Passive Houses]] ​{{:​picopen:​members_only.png?​25}}\\
  
  
 +=== Nr.40 Passive House retail establishments ​ ===
 +  * [[phi_publications:​PB 40: High-traffic entrance areas| High-traffic entrance areas]]
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 [[basics:​affordability:​investing_in_energy_efficiency:​economic_feasibility_of_passive_house_retrofits:​factors_that_influence_the_energy_balance_and_affordability_of_non-residential_enerphit_projects|Read more]] \\ [[basics:​affordability:​investing_in_energy_efficiency:​economic_feasibility_of_passive_house_retrofits:​factors_that_influence_the_energy_balance_and_affordability_of_non-residential_enerphit_projects|Read more]] \\
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-[[phi_publications:​Summary - Using Passive House technology for retrofitting non-residential buildings|Summary - Using Passive House technology for retrofitting non-residential buildings]] \\ 
  
-[[phi_publications:​Summer situations in refurbished non-residential buildings|Summer situations in refurbished non-residential buildings]]+=== Nr.48 Using Passive House technology for retrofitting non-residential buildings === 
 +  * [[phi_publications:​Summary - Using Passive House technology for retrofitting non-residential buildings|Summary - Using Passive House technology for retrofitting non-residential buildings]] ​ {{:​picopen:​members_only.png?​25}} \\ 
 +  * [[phi_publications:​Summer situations in refurbished non-residential buildings|Summer situations in refurbished non-residential buildings]] ​ ​{{:​picopen:​members_only.png?​25}}
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 ====== See also ====== ====== See also ======
  
-[[http://passiv.de/​downloads/​03_certfication_criteria_nonresidential_en.pdf|Certification criteria for non-residential Passive Houses buildings - English]] \\ +[[phi_publications:Nr41: Solar gains – sun protection – daylight use – internal heat sources – artificial lighting – EDP equipment; Experiences with the lu-teco office buildingSolar gains – sun protection – daylight use – internal heat sources – artificial lighting – EDP equipment: Experiences with the lu-teco office building]] {{:picopen:members_only.png?​25}}
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-[[certification:certified_passive_houses:certification_criteria_in_other_languages|Certification criteria for non-residential Passive Houses buildings - Other languages]] \\+
  
-[[http://​passiv.de/​downloads/​03_certification_criteria_enerphit_en.pdf|Certification criteria ​for non-residential ​energy retrofits ​English]]+[[phi_publications:PB 41: Planning tools for the summer situation in non-residential ​buildings|Planning tools for the summer situation in non-residential buildings]] {{:​picopen:​members_only.png?​25}}
  
-=== Nr.41 Cooling in non-residential Passive House buildings ​ === +[[phi_publications:​nr.51_air_quantities_and_operating_methods_in_non-residential_buildings]] {{:picopen:members_only.png?​25}}
-  * [[phi_publications:​Nr41: Solar gains – sun protection – daylight use – internal heat sources – artificial lighting – EDP equipment; Experiences with the lu-teco office building| Solar gains – sun protection – daylight use – internal heat sources – artificial lighting – EDP equipment: Experiences with the lu-teco office building]] +
-  * [[phi_publications:PB 41Planning tools for the summer situation in non-residential buildings|Planning tools for the summer situation in non-residential buildings]]+
  
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