The parish hall was built as a massive timber Galtür on a massive reinforced concrete base. The entire structure is similar in design to the specifications of a Niederigstenergiehauses and received the seal of approval awarded the EQ energy Tyrol. The heating requirement is for the building including the housing tract 16 kWh / m² a
The integrated heating system in the basement of the new biomass - plant supplies district heating to the parish house next to the elementary school, the Pfarrwidum and the multi-purpose building / Alpinarium. The district heating plant has an annual consumption of about 130 tons of pellets, thus saving a 80,000 liters of oil. With the new energy-efficient district heating system as well as by the carbon dioxide emissions are reduced by 150 tons per year."/>







Awards:
Regional Energy Globe Award Tirol (Austria) (overall winner)
Nominee:
National Energy Globe Award Austria

Submitted by: Gemeinde Galtür
Implemented country: Austria
Title: Town Hall heating system with biomass district heating Galtür

The parish hall was built as a massive timber Galtür on a massive reinforced concrete base. The entire structure is similar in design to the specifications of a Niederigstenergiehauses and received the seal of approval awarded the EQ energy Tyrol. The heating requirement is for the building including the housing tract 16 kWh / m² a
The integrated heating system in the basement of the new biomass - plant supplies district heating to the parish house next to the elementary school, the Pfarrwidum and the multi-purpose building / Alpinarium. The district heating plant has an annual consumption of about 130 tons of pellets, thus saving a 80,000 liters of oil. With the new energy-efficient district heating system as well as by the carbon dioxide emissions are reduced by 150 tons per year.



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