Triangulum – ‘City goes Zero’ – switching to renewables


Triangulum – ‘City goes Zero’ – switching to renewables

•Prior to rehabilitation, the CEP delivered energy of approx. 3.1mill kWh/year, based on natural gas and direct electricity. The three municipal buildings have total area of 20,000 m². Annual CO2 emissions were 571 tonnes.

Project details

  • Type: HPCY

  • Year of Submission: 2018

  • Funding From: Public

  • Continent: Europe

  • Country: Norway

  • City: Stavanger

  • Organisation: The municipality of Stavanger (SK)

  • Sector Of Application: Tertiary (Public Building)

  • Renovation: no

  • Social Housing: no

  • Industrial: yes

  • Website: -

  • Special Consideration: -

  • Resource Prezentation: yes

  • Extra Resources: no

Remarks: The project was the first of it’s kind to utilize sewage through a closed loop system in Norway.