On 28-31.03.2018 SPCleantech organized a study visit for the Malopolska Centre for Energy-Efficient Construction (MCBE) Project SPIN1. The aim of the visit was to familiarize with the latest Norwegian energy efficient constructions. SPClentech prepared a program exploring the buildings of this type in Trondheim (N). Delegation in which, apart from the employees of MCBE participated Malopolska Laboratory of Energy Efficient Buildings (MLBE) and a representative of the Marshal’s Office, visited both residential buildings, office buildings, public administration and the school.
The most impressive complex of buildings was constructed in Grandåsen. Energy-efficient buildings in Granåsen in Trondheim is the largest investment of its kind in Norway. There are constructed more than 300 passive buildings and dwellings including 17 detached houses, 80 terraced houses and 210 apartments.
Malopolska Centre for Energy-Efficient Construction (MCBE) is an innovative unit of Cracow University of Technology, whose aim is to establish a partnership network of cooperation between science and business. Such cooperation enables scientists and entrepreneurs to develop and implement new technologies in the field of energy efficient construction.
MCBE is a university center with a well-equipped research and development facilities, with operations services, consulting, information, training, promotion in the field of innovation and technology transfer, entrepreneurship and stimulate innovative projects in the field of low-energy buildings.
More about passive buildings in Granåsen, Trondheim, Norway.