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 According to experience, continuing energy conservation through improved standards is becoming increasingly complex. According to experience, continuing energy conservation through improved standards is becoming increasingly complex.
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   * based on an ordinary new construction (70 kWh/​(m²a)),​ it is comparatively easier to achieve the Passive House Standard with 15 kWh/(m²a).   * based on an ordinary new construction (70 kWh/​(m²a)),​ it is comparatively easier to achieve the Passive House Standard with 15 kWh/(m²a).
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   * However, the last 15 kWh/(m²a) require so much expenditure,​ that in the Central European climate this is financially unjustifiable:​ it is not possible to recover any further investments any more because the Passive House already dispenses with the need for a separate heating system.\\   * However, the last 15 kWh/(m²a) require so much expenditure,​ that in the Central European climate this is financially unjustifiable:​ it is not possible to recover any further investments any more because the Passive House already dispenses with the need for a separate heating system.\\
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   * the mains network compensates for fluctuations in energy demand by a statistical distribution of consumers;   * the mains network compensates for fluctuations in energy demand by a statistical distribution of consumers;
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   * the mains network can accommodate excess supply and transmit it to other consumers or storage with frequent cycles;   * the mains network can accommodate excess supply and transmit it to other consumers or storage with frequent cycles;
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   * regenerative electricity generators can be operated in economically meaningful units in the mains network (e.g. 1 MW wind power stations, biomass combined heat and power plants);   * regenerative electricity generators can be operated in economically meaningful units in the mains network (e.g. 1 MW wind power stations, biomass combined heat and power plants);
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   * for single houses, seasonal storage in large storage units is more cost-effective than in small units.\\   * for single houses, seasonal storage in large storage units is more cost-effective than in small units.\\
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