Van Tilburg Energie Design is currently busy with a sustainability project for the monastery of the religious society Lazarists in Panningen, Congregation of the Mission. The project focuses on making the Sint Jozef Mission House, the central home of the Lazarists in the Netherlands, more sustainable with a hybrid PVT system.
The aim of this project is to bring cooling and ventilation to the flats and communal areas. So that the climate remains manageable even in summer.
On the roof are now 108 Triple Solar PVT panels of 450 Wp, installed by Triple Solar. The solar energy falling on the roof is not only converted into electricity, but is also used to heat and cool the building. The roof thus fulfils a dual function, saving on both electricity and gas bills.
Furthermore, 2 large NIBE heat pumps of 40kW and 60kW respectively have been installed by Tilburg Energie Design. The existing central heating boiler is used as back-up heating. A ventilation unit will be installed in the attic. The radiators in the flats will be replaced by fan coil units, suitable for low-temperature heating and cooling. The central control system will be extended to include the new ventilation unit and the control of the air-conditioning units.
Would you also like sustainable heating and cooling? Contact us for the possibilities.