The Danish Active House will be designed with focus on energy, comfort and environment, with special focus on indoor comfort in hot climate. The Active House will be developed with energy optimized design, where design, construction techniques and materials interact with dynamic architecture. The new 600 m2 large active house will be a showcase for energy design and Danish construction materials.
The projects will be planned and built in a partnership between Kærsgaard Andersen a/s, University College Nordjylland (UCN), the Vietnamese Energy Conservation Center and Danish companies within construction materials and energy-efficient technology solutions.
The project is supported by Danida Business Partnership Programme.
Rector Niels Horstedt from University College Nordjylland, Director Huynh Kim Tuoc from the Energy Conservation Center and Director Niels Andersen from Kærsgaard and Andersen a/s is signing the agreement on the establishment of a Danish Active House in Ho Chi Minh City, in participation with the Danish minister for Climate Energy and Construction Mr. Martin Lidegaard and the Vietnamese vice President of people's Commity in Ho Chi Minh City, Le Manh Ha in second row.
UCN and Danish Industrial holding information meetings about the ' Danish Active House in Vietnam ' in Copenhagen Thursday the 7. February and in Aalborg on Friday the 8. February.
At the meetings, it will be possible to gain insight into the project's potential business model and financing, and hear more about the possibilities to take part in a business delegation to Viet Nam in the spring.
For more informations please contact: Project manager René Martin Larsen, mail: RML@ucn.dk, phone: 004572691535