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This project is the first passive ultra-low energy building in Henan Province and is promoted as a demonstration project. According to design standards, the energy saving rate is increased to 90%.
From the perspective of the micro market of a single city in Zhengzhou, for example, the sales area of a new commercial house in Zhengzhou City in 2016 was 28590000 m2, of which the residential sales area was 25710000 m2. For example, according to 10% of the residential area is passive ultra-low-energy buildings, the construction market of passive ultra-low-energy houses in 2016 alone will reach more than 60 billion yuan.
Passive ultra-low-energy buildings are a large-scale system project, which will bring about a new revolution in many industries. Its popularity will drive green consumption in more than 20 industrial chains, such as insulation materials industry, energy-saving door and window industry, fresh air industry, solar energy, photovoltaic industry, shading industry, etc. The demonstration significance of the Fivewin Science and Technology Museum project is also a platform for product display, technical exchange and training activities in the fields of building, building materials, design and construction, and it has become a “catalyst project” to promote the upgrading and transformation of the original green building materials production enterprises.
In the context of global warming, shortage of resources and energy, and deterioration of the ecological environment, the protection of the environment is imminent. Passive ultra-low-energy buildings strictly control energy consumption indicators, significantly reduce energy demand, reduce the use of fossil energy, use renewable energy as much as possible, reduce carbon emissions, and reduce environmental damage.
As a large population province and transportation hub in the central region, Henan has a strong market demand for real estate and a stable and dynamic development of the construction and real estate industries. These provide a broad space for the development of passive buildings in Zhengzhou and even in Henan province.