Based on the building standard of 25 kWh/m² per year and a potential to recycle about 95% of the energy in the waste water, there is the possibility to return recycled energy to the property corresponding to a reduction in externally supplied energy of approximately 23 kWh/m² per year.
Commissioning in stages until autumn 2023
Reduction of just over 2 kg CO2/m² per year based on district heating and above energy reduction

New student apartments in Stockholm reduce the need for supplied energy

Stockholmshem is Stockholm's largest housing company with over 50,000 apartments. The company is building two properties with a total of 115 student apartments at Sockenplan in Enskede. The new homes are part of the city's drive to build 140,000 new homes by 2030.

Holistic thinking about climate-smart living

Stockholmshem wants to make it easier to live climate smart and build sustainable houses for future generations. For example, the courtyard is designed with a focus on biodiversity, with plants that pollinators – bees, butterflies, bumblebees – like. They also choose to install Evertherm SEW, as it is a cost-effective solution to meet the energy and climate requirements of the properties.

Meets tough energy and climate requirements

In the current project, Evertherm is estimated to reduce the amount of purchased energy by more than 23 kWh/m² per year. This means that student properties meet the high climate requirements of a maximum of 55 kWh/m² per year in energy consumption.

The installation of Evertherm's recycling solution will take place in stages during construction, with the first phase starting in November 2019 and continuing until 2023.


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