Vuollerim 6000 Museum
Implementation concept submitted by: Nenet
Category (new/renovation): renovation
Type of building
Kind of public use: Museum with complementing activities in the field of tourism
Total effective area: 457 m2 (info-byggnad), 417 m2 (verkstad)
Number of levels above earth: 1
Source of energy for heating: electricity
Type of heating system: heating by electricity
Type of water heating system: electricity
Type of ventilation system: time controlled
Owner and Costs
Name of owner: Municipality of Jokkmokk
Date of construction/renovation: 1965, 1990, 1994
Total cost: already expensed, renovation project
Financing resources: already expensed, renovation project
Short description of the pilot project
At least -30% less heating demand; Heating more than 50% renewable; electricity more than 40% renewable, Developing of a quality and environmental programme. Test of special methods (LCC). Integration of users and staff, e.g. energy training
Process and planning quality
An analysis of energy demand were conducted by energy consultant including visit of the building and interview of staff; monitoring of ventilation and temperature; analysis of energy / electricity demand over years/months and costs.
Based on this analysis, a first set of measures with a payback-time of 5 years has been developed, incl. Change from electric heating to air to air heat pump; insulation of doors and windows; installation of water saving applications, e.g. aerator, optimization of monitoring for ventilation, temperature and lightning, insulation of roof for 2nd building. According to the preliminary calculation, this would lead to a reduction of energy demand by at least 30%.
Implementation of service package
Still under discussion, as the final way of adapting the service package in Sweden is not decided yet.
Energy and Utilities
b) Specific lighting demand
A new more efficient lighting system adapted to the museum’s needs for a part of the building is planned, details will follow later.
c) Primary energy demand
Following measures are planned: Change from electric heating to air to air heat pump; insulation of doors and windows; installation of water saving applications, e.g. aerator, optimization of monitoring for ventilation, temperature and lightning, insulation of roof for 2nd building.
d) Renewable energy
Both heating and light are based on electricity, and will be, share of RES at least 50%.
Health and comfort
a) Thermal comfort in summer
Due to the cold climate, no specific cooling needs even summer time.
b) Ventilation – non energetic aspects
No problems to be expected due to broad experience and market on high-quality heat exchanger.
Building materials and Constructions
According to MountEE criteria, choice of material will follow BASTA database.
Test of special methods
The following tools and activities are planned/under development: LCC method, environmental programme, involvement of staff and users.
Name contact person: Wolfgang Mehl