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Energy Efficiency

From problem housing to net-zero showcase project

A Bavaran housing association is implementing the largest Energiesprong ("energy leap") project to date in Germany with the refurbishment of around 6,000 residential housing units.

A municipal housing association in Bavaria is carrying out Germany’s largest Energiesprong (“energy leap”) project to date as part of a serial refurbishment of around 6,000 residential housing units. The climatesprong principles see heating, hot water and electricity energy generated according to net-zero energy standards that also reduce the service charge burden on tenants. The project, supported by the German Energy Agency (dena), will see the serial refurbishment of housing stock using serial prefabrication of façade and roof elements supplemented by full-surface solar systems and plant technology. The landmark project will receive around EUR 400 million in federal government and federal state funding as well as equity substitute funds from the European Investment Bank. According to dena, net-zero standard projects of this type represent a major market opportunity for construction companies and manufacturers that develop scalable, serial housing solutions.

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