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In the beginning of August 2009 a long-term monitoring started in a recently built passive house near Isaszeg. The first results were presented in the last year's conference. The present paper gives an overview about a whole-year data evaluation focusing on energy consumption. During the first year of building occupancy three types of heat suppliers and two types of heat exchangers in the ventilation systems were applied and monitored, thus different heating options could be compared.

  • [1]. Talamon - Csoknyai (2009). Passive houses in Hungarian environment. 15th Building Services, Mechanical and Building Industry Days International Conference, Debrecen, 15–16 October 2009, ISBN 978-963-473-314-0, pp. 94106.

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