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Energy Savings in Urban Quarters through Rehabilitation and New Ways of Energy Supply - EnSURE <<

Akronym EnSURE
Funding Europäische Union
Request for Proposal 3.3 Supporting the Use of Renewable Energy Sources and Increasing Energy Efficiency
Supporting Organisation Lead Partner Stadt Ludwigsburg
HFT project director Prof. Dr. habil. Ursula Eicker, Prof. Dr.-Ing.  Detlef Kurth
Project Staff Dipl.-Ing. (FH), M.Eng. Sylvia Bialk
Project partners Stadt Ludwigsburg (Projektkoordinator), Faenza, Sopot, Development Agency GAL Genoa, SIPRO Development Agency Ferrara, Agenda 21 Consulting, Business Support Centre Kranj, RSM "Praga" Warsaw, KEK Foundation, Budapest University, Hungarian Urban Knowledge Centre, Förderverein Baukultur, Finlombarda
Duration 20.06.2011 - 31.10.2012
Project description The aim of this subproject is to contribute to the enhancement of energy budgets in urban contexts by implementing integrated concepts targeting energy-efficient urban development. The embedding of energy efficiency into integrated urban development concepts has yet to become the norm in Central Europe. The joint development and implementation of integrated urban development concepts comprising both energy-efficient building refurbishment and the increased use of renewable energies is therefore a key element of this project. The concepts may apply to individual districts or entire cities, and will be based on comparative analysis of potential improvements in energy efficiency at existing buildings and the increased use of renewable energy sources in participating districts. Working in harmony with an initiative set up by the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy, this subproject targets the drafting of sustainable energy action plans which will facilitate a reduction in CO2 emissions by 2020. An interdisciplinary, participative process is a prerequisite for the development of integrated concepts, and the subproject will therefore emphasize the design and implementation of strategies aimed at engaging and mobilizing all stakeholders, who may include administrative authorities, citizens and residents, energy providers or housing associations.