Zuidbroek, Apeldoorn, the Netherlands
In Zuidbroek 1000 dwellings will be built to a standard 20% beyond new regulations.The real estate developers have agreed to an additional package of measures that result in a reduction of electricity demand of 10%. A bio-gas plant will be installed in the Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) facility in Zuidbroek to convert sewage sludge into energy. Heat from this plant (1.5 MWel, 3 MWth) and from bio-oil fired peak boilers will be used in the WWTP itself and the planned district heating system. The project will result in a reduction of fossil fuel demand of about 80% with respect to the Dutch reference situation.
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Ullerødbyen will include approx. 50 Energy Class 1 house dwellings (41% heat savings heat and 100% usage of RES compared to normal Danish practice) and approx. 670 Eco dwellings (33% and 100% respectively). The energy supply structure will be fully integrated and consists of a bio-gasification plant (250 kWel, 500 kWth), biomass boiler (1,500 kWth), wind from 50 kW turbines, PV system of 8kWp, heat from 3,000m2 solar collectors and individual heat supply such as heat pumps.