Danfoss is behind the construction of one of the world’s most sustainable residential buildings with traditional building materials and already existing energy-efficient technologies.
The project, in association with the Bitten & Mads Clausen’s Foundation, will see the construction of a four-story house to serve both as a housing construction as well as testing and demonstration centre for Danfoss’ energy-efficient technologies. The ambition is to achieve the highest sustainability certification for an ordinary residential building in brick and concrete.
The new building being constructed on the Als Strait in Sønderborg will be called Danfoss House and is scheduled for completion in 2023.
Danfoss House will have both a central and decentralised heating system, to determine the optimal balance. The building also has underfloor heating and cooling from district heating and seawater cooling, respectively.