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