of commercial and industrial space
of space for offices and services
Did you know?
Thanks to an ingenious system, the main energy source to supply heating and cooling systems is Lake Lucerne. An exchanger located in a central unit built specifically within the neighbourhood will provide heat and cool air from water pumped into the lake at a depth of 35 metres and at a constant temperature of 5°.
A self-supplying society
To meet the needs of a self-supplying society created within the neighbourhood between owners and an operator, photovoltaic panels installed on all roofs will be connected and operated, allowing the neighbourhood to meet almost all of its electricity needs. Residents will therefore be able to access electricity at advantageous rates and any surpluses will be reinjected into the public grid and sold back to the distributor.
In Europe, each person needs the equivalent of constant power of 6,000 watts for their daily needs.
The idea of the 2,000 watt society is to divide this need by three. In addition to the “Minergie P-ECO” and “Nature & Economie” labels, the Nidfeld site obtained “Site 2,000 watts” certification during the planning stage, attesting to its limited environmental impact.