Following a city council resolution, eta Energieberatung drew up a district concept to increase the renovation rate in Moosburg a.d. Isar. The project, funded by KfW, aims to reduce CO2 emissions in the city area by kicking off a targeted renovation offensive.
Cities and municipalities are often faced with the task of converting former industrial areas, barracks, etc. into residential areas. So-called district concepts are usually the basis for decision-making. A multitude of questions have to be considered. An important point is the energy supply of such new residential areas. By working out different supply variants, these can be compared with each other.
Many municipalities are currently faced with the task of converting former industrial areas into residential areas. This requires well-founded concepts, so-called district concepts. A multitude of issues must be taken into account. One important point is the energy supply of such new residential areas. By developing different supply variants, these can be compared with each other. This is then the basis for an ecologically and economically sustainable decision.
In order to further anchor climate protection in the urban area, the municipal utility Baiersdorf (SK-B) commissioned eta Energieberatung to carry out a project study at the end of 2017. For the local secondary school and surrounding buildings (including residential buildings) it had to be shown how a sustainable heat supply can be set up in a heating network.
In the Fuggerei Augsburg, the oldest social settlement in the world, 150 people live in the 140 apartments of the 67 houses. The aim of the administration of the Fürstlich und Gräflich Fugger Foundation was to establish a maintenance-free, economically and ecologically sustainable heat supply for the listed building ensemble.