Inspiralia to support new IKEA Austria customer distribution centre sustainable features!

Swedish IKEA project was granted with €750.000 from the Climate and Energy Fund Austria

IKEA is aiming to become 100% resource and energy independent. During the construction of all new buildings, this corporate principle must be followed from scratch. The new IKEA customer distribution centre in Vienna’s 21st district – built on an area of 42.650 m2 – includes numerous innovative approaches to cover energy needs in form of heat, cooling and electricity. m27, Inspiralia’s affiliated company headquartered in Vienna, supported IKEA along the application process for environmental subsidies in the country.

Draft of the new IKEA customer distribution centre

M27 accompanied IKEA through all steps, ensuring all forms, documents and proof of the technical requirements of the client´s subsidy agreement were submitted in due time to the right agency, as well as all other payment conditions, and ultimately helping the company secure €750.000 from the Climate and Energy Fund Austria.

In the field of environmental promotion, Inspiralia does not only operates as a company throughout Austria, but also on European level.

About the project:

How the technology works

How the technology works

The building´s heating and cooling comes together in a hybrid system which uses groundwater, ice storage – heat pump systems and solar air collectors made by Viessmann. The primary heat source is an ice storage tank located underground in combination with solar collectors. The volume of the ice storage tank acts as a heat source for 2 parallel operated brine/water heat pumps. In addition, the temperature level of the groundwater is used as a heat source for another heat pump. Both heat pump systems supply a central heating water buffer cylinder.

Free cooling systems, high-efficiency ventilation units with regenerative heat recovery for air conditioning, activation of the building core structure and a photovoltaic system complete the resource-saving concept. In addition to the direct use of this renewable electricity for heat and cooling supply and lightning, the photovoltaic system also supplies charging stations for e-bikes and electric employee- and customer vehicles.

The goal of this method is to generate the required energy in a self-sufficient and sustainable way.

2019-09-30T09:11:58+02:00 September 18th, 2019|0 Comments