Projekte

A district energy concept for the Baroque city of Ludwigsburg – balancing energy-related, aesthetic and infrastructural aspects at a listed architectural monument <<

Akronym EnQuBa
Funding Stadt Ludwigsburg (auf Basis von Mitteln des Ministeriums für Umwelt, Klima und Energiewirtschaft Baden-Württemberg)
Request for Proposal Direktvergabe (auf Basis von Mitteln aus dem Wettbewerb Klimaneutrale Kommune)
Supporting Organisation Stadt Ludwigsburg
HFT project director Prof. Dr. habil. Ursula Eicker, Prof. Dr.-Ing.  Detlef Kurth
Project Staff Dipl.-Ing. (FH), M.Eng. Sylvia Bialk, M.Sc. Marcus Brennenstuhl, Dipl.-Ing. Alexandra Fischer, M.Sc. Dirk Monien
Project partners Stadt Ludwigsburg, Ludwigsburger Energieagentur (LEA)
Duration 01.12.2012 - 31.12.2014
Project description Architectural-historical concerns and energy efficiency both need to be taken into consideration during the planning process. The aim of this project is therefore to raise the energy budget of historic districts to a competitive level while simultaneously factoring in the issue of architectural-aesthetic quality. This will involve the application of an overall strategy that takes heat supply, building refurbishment and urban planning into account. Researchers will examine the extent to which specific approaches to energy-efficient refurbishment can be matched to planning tools such as design manuals, bye-laws and protection orders governing permissible features. Research into those tools will feed into the development of implementation strategies.