The school in Líbeznice is a 1,000 m² elementary school in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. 

It consists of nine classrooms and ancillary rooms arranged in a striking circular ‘doughnut’ shape around a central play area. It accommodates 270 pupils. Heating and cooling are supplied via geothermal energy fed via a Ground Source Heat Pump from six boreholes.

 

Live Energy Dashboard

This interactive dashboard can be used to see energy consumption and heating and cooling for the building.

 

BUILDING DATA

Building location:

Líbeznice , CZ

Building type:

School

Completion date:

Sep 2015

Certifications:

Conditioned floor area:

1,000 m² (area that is heated and or cooled)

ENERGY EMISSION SYSTEMS

Energy:

Geothermal heat pump linked to CCA

Heating:

Geothermal HP (55 kWth) using CCA in ceiling Decentralised AHU with heating and cooling registers connected to HP

Cooling:

Geothermal HP (65 kWth) using CCA in ceiling