The Danish Government have set a 2050 target that Denmark should use 100% renewable energy in both the energy and transport sectors. The Danish building directive have called for a 2020 target of a 75% reduction in energy consumption for new buildings compared to the 2006 levels. The overall target is to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions by 40% compared to 1990.
A residential building can be classified as ‘Building Class 2020’ when the overall requirement for solar gain for heating, ventilation and hot water per m2 of heated floor area does not exceed 20 kWh annually. This will help to ensure that the homes are tough, well insulated and have a high-performing building envelope. The ‘Building Class 2020’ is the highest energy class in Denmark. The below table provides an overview of the overall energy requirements for new buildings and includes a comparison between the previous classes 2010 and 2015 and the current class 2020;
Source: Danish Energy Agency 2015, p.11
Our partners, Tempohousing Denmark are nearing completion on their new beautiful residential project in Roskilde, Denmark, Urban Village 4000. The modules for Urban Village are an extra special scheme as they have been designed using the aforementioned Danish 2020 regulations.
The site has a total size of 3,626 m² which will make up 48 homes each with their own balcony or private terrace. There will be 2 blocks with three-storeys each and each home will have a gross area of approximately 49 square meters. The apartments are made using lightweight modules and designed in an exclusive and exciting style with a façade made from fibre concrete. Each block also has an elevator for resident’s comfort.
Tempohousing are constantly achieving and exceeding meeting local building requirements and standards and strive to complete every project on time leaving each and every customer satisfied with their finished project. For more information please get in touch today.