It is a demonstration centre for energy conservation and environmental protection in Germany, providing a platform for German companies to jointly develop, display and market their technologies. It al...
It is a demonstration centre for energy conservation and environmental protection in Germany, providing a platform for German companies to jointly develop, display and market their technologies. It also trains students, professional engineers and managers in China to provide them with an opportunity to learn German technology up close.
---MARTIN ZEIL (Assistant Minister President, Bavarian Minister for Economy, Infrastructure, Traffic and Technology)
In the German Center in Shanghai's Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park, there is such a unique German building. It was not only the energy technology branch of the German National Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo, but also a centralized demonstration of the integration of outstanding German companies in the field of building energy efficiency center......
The construction of the demonstration center was strongly supported by the Bavarian State Government of Germany, Mr. Christian Sommer of the German Centre Shanghai and his team. At the same time, nearly 30 technical partners from Germany have received strong support in building materials, technology and capital.
With its unique architectural and application technology layout, the GECC Shanghai Pavilion offers an opportunity to showcase the most advanced German energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies in real-life scenarios!
In terms of technical structure, the exterior wall of the building is equipped with insulated and airtight casing elements as internal and external insulation layers, and the wall elements are equipped with high-quality coatings suitable for Shanghai climate. Flat roofs use greening to regulate temperature, so they can ideally use roof space; while using double and triple glazing and profiles with thermal bridges, the house has special insulation capabilities. Through these comprehensive measures, the cost of air conditioning energy is reduced and the needs of users are fully met.
At the same time, buried pipes are buried in the building at a close distance, and the ground source heat pump is used to provide energy for the entire building, thereby optimizing the energy supply for heating and cooling of the house. The energy distribution of the entire building is achieved through indoor ceilings and floor systems that use the entire space to exchange energy with various technical methods.
In order to avoid the formation of condensation, the house's fresh air and air dehumidification are equipped with adequate ventilation system. In addition, the building incorporates an efficient exhaust gas recovery unit that recovers part of the heat from the exhaust and significantly reduces energy use. Its cooling/heating + fresh air system heats and cools the room temperature, ensuring a healthy and comfortable indoor climate.
A solar photovoltaic system is installed on the roof of the building; the control center of the equipment center coordinates the interaction of all components in a most energy-efficient manner through a monitoring system that connects all components.
The GECC Shanghai Pavilion was designed by Wu Wei, an architect from Qingdao. She has long studied and worked in Munich, Germany, and has a good understanding of the architectural preferences of China and Germany, making the GECC Shanghai Pavilion more in line with the geographical features of Shanghai.
The energy concept was designed by Dr. Dirk Schwede from Energydesign in Germany, and the project execution was carried out on site by the German project management company BENCER.
The technology used in the GECC Shanghai Pavilion was carefully selected and released by a product technology provider from Germany with a suitable solution.