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Air temperature: 32.9 (°F)
0.5 (°C)
Wind speed:4.7 (km/h)
Wind direction: O-N-O, 70.0 °
Global radiation: 29.4 (W/m²)
Precipitation: 0.0 (ltr/m²)
(Updated: 12/14/2018, 12:30,
S-Mitte, Schwabenzentrum)
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Implementation of measures in the energy sector to 2000

E 1.1 Programme for the modernization of heat insulation in private households

Local support programme (GRDrs. 116/1998 and GRDrs. 559/2001, city council printings) Approx. 4.35 million euros until 2001

Loans within the energy saving programme of the Land of Baden-W├╝rttemberg (since 1999) Building renovation programme by the banking group KfW for the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions (since 2001)

Offers by the power supplier NWS (thermographic analysis of buildings, energy diagnosis, etc.)


E 1.2 Influencing individualsÔÇÖ habits

Public relations, campaigns, consulting activities

Foundation of the energy advice centre EBZ (GRDrs. 608/1998, city council printing) City funds of 28,000 euros per year (for five years) and the provision of rent-free rooms


E 1.3 Promotion campaign for energy saving lamps (support programme)

Not yet realized (as the financing of the campaign is classified as not possible)


E 1.4 / 1.5 Energy efficient development planning; support of energy efficient houses

Decision to stay 25 to 30 % below the requirements of the Heat Insulation Ordinance when selling city sites or in urban development contracts (Decision of March 1998)


E 2.1 Modernization of heating systems

See also E 1.1 (local energy saving programme)

NWS activities to converse heating systems and to replace coal and fuel by natural gas and district heating


E 2.2 Support for the provision of local heat from combined heat and power plants (CHP)

Establishment of a CHP in the sewage treatment plants in Ditzingen, M├Âhringen and Plieningen Planning of a CHP in the sewage treatment plant of M├╝hlhausen Projected establishment of a CHP in the indoor swimming pool Sonnenberg and the spa Leuze Planning of a CHP in the nursing homes Sonnenberg and Berg


E 2.3 Installation of energy recovery systems into the water and gas distribution system

Not yet implemented


E 2.4 / 2.5 Efficient use of heat and electricity in business and industry

Not yet implemented (as the financing of the measure is classified as not possible)


E 3.1 Intensified efforts to replace carbon fuels

Numerous efforts by the power supplier NWS


E 3.2 to 3.9 Renewable energies and the use of natural heat

Solar energy Projects by the NWS in Burgholzhof, Brenzstra├če, etc. Support of the Ph├Ânix Project by the city of Stuttgart to promote the installation of solar energy systems Solar absorbers in the outdoor pool Rosental Outdoor pool Inselbad Solar panel plant in the nursing home Musberger Stra├če

Photovoltaics Special tariffs by the NWS Photovoltaic plants in three schools (Werner-Siemens-Schule, Pestalozzischule, Filderschule) Another 45 photovoltaic plants by private and business investors

Heat pumps Consultation by the NWS, Contracting-Model by the NWS

Wind energy Wind energy plant Gr├╝ner Heiner (since May 2000)

Biomass Wood chip heating system Waldfriedhof


E 4.1 to 4.4 Energy services, Least-Cost-Planning (LCP), tariffs

LCP measures for district heating systems Measures in the field of tariff regulation (see E 3.2 to 3.9)
E 4.5 Energy management in public facilities

Large-scale activities (the documentation can be found in the Energy Report of the city of Stuttgart)


 
 

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