Co-funded by the European Commission
The Municipality of Egedal has decided to strengthen the energy requirements for a new settlement to be erected in the municipality.
A large number of dwellings, a kindergarten and an activity centre for elderly people will be designed and constructed with a heating energy consumptions and an overall primary energy consumption better than what is required for a low energy class 1 building according to the Danish Building regulation BR08.
In addition 7 existing public buildings 2schools and 5 institutions - will be energy renovated to the standard of new buildings according to BR08 and more than 500 kWp of solar cells will be installed on public buildings in Egedal.
The CLASS 1 project is an EU-supported project under the CONCERTO programme. A CONCERTO project combines:
• Energy savings and renewable energy
• Research, development and demonstration
• Participation from various countries
• Education and dissemination
Read more about these areas within the Class1 project by clicking on the menu at the left. Choose about Class1” for a quick overview and read in more detail in the following menu-options.
This website provides information about the status and progress of the activities of the Class1 project.
New demonstration activities for energy efficiency
and renewable energy introduced in Class1
as a consequence of the financial crisis
Work and achievements in the third project year - and the introduction of a contingency plan as consequence of the financial crisis
House owners’ and tenants’ perspective on energy efficient dwellings: A socio-economic analysis on the preferences of tenants and buyers in Egedal (DK) by DTU Management Engineering