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Planning guidelines for Passive House indoor swimming pools

  • The energy demand of indoor swimming pools can be reduced significantly by consistently applying the high energy efficiency approach of the Passive House concept. This not only contributes to climate protection but also entails savings for the financial resources of a municipality. These guideline documents summarise the main research findings and provide recommendations to support the design, construction and long-term operation of highly energy efficient indoor swimming pools.

    The publication was funded by the German Federal Environmental Foundation (Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt, DBU).
    Guidelines ( pdf 3.9 MB) | Checklist ( ( zip 29 KB))

 

 

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