Construction of Russia's first "active houses" will begin Sept. 21 in the territory of "West Valley". Today an agreement was signed between the companies VELUX and "Summer Project", under which energy-efficient house will be built at a reasonable price.
"Active Home", which will be built 20 kilometers from Moscow to Kiev highway, is an individual residential building with total area of 180 square meters. m, developed in accordance with three key principles of the concept of Active House: energy saving, healthy climate and renewable energy. Tselyu project is to improve the quality of life without harming the environment. The draft energy efficiency, comfort and aesthetics will be a single-balanced system. According to the initiators of the project, the house will be constructed from available materials at a reasonable price, with the possibility of large-scale construction of such houses throughout Russia.
"In Europe, the philosophy Active House is becoming more common. We see that Russia is also growing interest in the building where the health and comfort of the person are combined with efficient use of energy ", - said at a press conference, General Manager of VELUX in Russia Mick Skow Rasmussen. He also said that in April this year, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev visited one of the projects VELUX Denmark, Building "Green Beacon" to get acquainted with practical experience in the construction of such buildings. After that, the head of state was born the idea to build a similar house in Skolkovo, but VELUX and "Summer Project" somewhat ahead of the president.
Mick Skow Rasmussen noted that when the idea of Medvedev will put into practice, he is ready to share its experience in the construction of "active homes. In turn, Andrei Vasiliev, CEO of Country Project "zayavild that, if successful, experiment, share expertise, it will be possible not only to the president. "" Active Home "will create a new direction in individual housing construction Russia with regard to the principles of sustainable development, comfortable living and economic viability" - he said.
Author: Ivan Kuznetsov