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03.-06.06.2013 | Kiel | Germany

Public Seminar and policy Paper - Project Meeting in Kiel

In the beginning of June, Co2olBricks partners met for their Project Partner Meeting in Kiel, Germany.

Starting with the presentation of some educational material, the first day was dedicated to WP 5. Several modules and elements were presented and discussed.
The first day ended with a public seminar under the topic „New mortar joints and well in-
sulated – does brickwork have a future?“. Over all, six lectures where given with different
topics like „Energy effi cient refurbishment for his torical buildings - actual state of cognition?“ or „Rebuilding, energy effi cient refurbishment, extension in passivehouse-standard at a heritage villa in Kiel“.

  • Energieeffiziente Altbausanierung – technisch möglich und wirtschaftlich | Sören Vollert, KA plus, Eckernförde - PDF, 0.3 MB
  • Die Kunst der Fuge - Jarrestadt Hamburg Winterhude | Roland Oersten, Frank Gruppe Hamburg/ Kiel - PDF, 3.0 MB
  • Jugendstil-Villa „up to date“ | Harald Krüger, Architekt, Kiel - PDF, 3.2 MB
  • Gartenstadt Elmschenhagen Nord – vom Modellprojekt in die Baupraxis | Co2ol Bricks Projektpartner Kiel - Jens-Peter Koopmann, Jasper Harten, Frank Andresen, Matthias Fiedler - PDF, 4.0 MB
  • Abstracts - PDF, 0.1 MB

The second day started with an excursion to the pilot project Gardencity Elmschenhagen. During the guided walk through the area, several relevant aspects were discussed. The quarter is subject to a development plan with different levels of preservation statutes and heritage preservation. Special prototypes for the refurbishment of the different types of terraced houses were presented as well as refurbishment measures in practice like replacement of windows, insulation of the roof or wall insulation insulation. Additionally, alternative examples of energy supply by wood pellet heating and a cogeneration unit were visited. The maybe most practical part was the performance of a real cavity wall insulation and some interviews with experts/craftsmen currently implementing the work.

The afternoon was dedicated to the Joint Declaration, the Policy Paper and the Workpackage 3 Report. The main discussion was about the correlation, cohension and differences of all three documents.

The day ended with dinner on a boat cruising along the Kieler Förde towards the Baltic Sea.

The last day, a rough paper regarding “specific energy analysis for historic buildings” as a
starting point was discussed in five workgroups.