Termoline has been participating since October 2018 in the BIM4REN project under the Horizon 2020 research program, in a consortium of 23 organizations headed by the French Nobatek/INEF4 Research Center.
COST Action GABI (Geothermal Applications for Buildings and Infrastructure) proposed to define European best practice design rules for thermoactive geostructures in four years: geothermal wells, energy pilots, diaphragm walls and tunnels.
The construction works of the Emergency Unit of the Oradea Hospital were started – a building with heating/cooling system: heat pumps with the primary source – the 320 geothermal energy piles (the foundation for the building).
TERMOLINE has completed in the year 2015 the RENEWABLE ENERGY RESEARCH CENTER worth € 1,000,000, funded by structural funds – a “smartGreen” building where heating and air conditioning is done with Dimplex geothermal heat pumps and T.A.B.S. Uponor (Thermally Activated Building Structures). The building has over 120 sensors (including geothermal probes at 110 m) and is subject to 3 year monitoring.
As a result of our research center, we developed a green building model, equipped with geothermal heat pump, intelligent, isolated according to the Passive House model (with an energy consumption of no more than 15 kWh / m² / year) on which we called it smartGreen. The standards after which the smartGreen house is built are: