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Wednesday, December 07, 2022

Minerjee Ghar is fond of electricity

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A single family home in Nestlau SG, built according to MINERGY standard.

The Minerji family is the harbinger of a sustainable life. Energy savings of 62.6 billion kilowatt hours have been achieved since it was introduced 21 years ago.

The catch: The Minergie buildings’ ventilation systems operate on electricity. And it will be massively more expensive from next year. What does this mean for landlords and tenants who benefit from the Minergy standard?

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800,000 people in Minergie homes

“Of course, rising electricity prices also affect homeowners of Minergy homes,” says Stephen Eschi (50), a specialist in construction and energy technology for HEV, the homeowners association. How strong depends on the size and individual behavior of the building.

About 800,000 people live in a single minesweeper house in Switzerland. About half of the MENERGY-certified buildings are apartment buildings and 25 percent are single-family homes.

For a single family home with 120 square meters of living space, the energy requirement for synergy ventilation is 4500 to 5000 kilowatt hours per year. This is much more than a refrigerator, for example, which consumes about 330 kilowatt hours per year.

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