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EnEff:Stadt Ludwigsburg, Grünbühl/Sonnenberg – an integrated district energy concept for a new-build estate and a post-war estate <<

Akronym EnEff:Stadt
Funding Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Technologie (BMWi)
Request for Proposal EnEff:Stadt: Energieeffiziente Stadt - Gebäude und Energieversorgung
Supporting Organisation Projektträger Jülich (PtJ)
HFT project director Prof. Dr.-Ing.  Detlef Kurth, Prof. Dr. habil. Ursula Eicker
Project Staff Dipl.-Ing. Ilyes Ben Hassine, Dipl.-Ing. Alexandra Fischer, Dr. rer. nat. Monika Herrmann-Lobreyer, M.Sc. Romain Nouvel, Dr. Dirk Pietruschka, M.Sc. Dipl.-Ing.(FH) Claudia Schulte
Contact Dr. Dirk Pietruschka, Telefon +49 (0)711 8926 2674,
Project partners Stadt Ludwigsburg, Stadtwerke Ludwigsburg-Kornwestheim (SWLB) GmbH, Institut für Rationelle Energieanwendung Universität Stuttgart (IER)
Duration 01.01.2011 - 31.12.2012
Project description The aim of this research project is to design an integrated district energy concept for the Sonnenberg new-build estate and the existing Grünbühl estate, both of which are located in Ludwigsburg. This requires the implementation of both an innovative local heating concept and beacon initiatives which use refurbishment and pioneering construction methods to achieve a high level of energy efficiency. The joint consideration of a new-build estate and an existing estate will create synergies which enable the post-war estate – already in need of refurbishment – to benefit from innovative measures implemented on the new-build estate. More specifically, the project will involve the development of an integrated LowEx concept for the Sonnenberg new-build estate and use an analysis of various mixes of thermal insulation standards (including those that apply to passive buildings) to identify an optimum configuration for an efficient district energy concept. The results of research into the buildings involved will feed into the development of an integrated local heating concept founded on an innovative, cost-efficient approach which includes the integration of the existing Grünbühl estate into the new-build estate. A district energy concept will also be drawn up for the existing estate. District marketing initiatives and socioeconomic assessments will be used to design an implementation strategy for the 2nd project phase. The district models created will provide a platform for the development of proposals on enhanced urban energy planning within Ludwigsburg as a whole.