Survey of the Jade University of Applied Sciences on heat conduction planning / local heating

The Jade University of Applied Sciences is a project partner in the research project "Energetic Neighborhood Quarter Fliegerhorst Oldenburg" (ENaQ), in the context of which a residential quarter will be built on a partial area of the former air base. While in some aspects only the neighborhood will be considered, in others it will be thought out beyond the neighborhood boundaries and examined to what extent solutions can be transferred from the neighborhood to the entire city.

The Jade University of Applied Sciences is preparing an energy master plan for the city and, within this framework, is looking in particular at what a renewable heat supply could look like in Oldenburg. In the heat master plan, it is important that the possible sustainable heat supply options - essentially decentralized heat pumps and biomass boilers as well as heat grids - are used appropriately in order to be able to plan a future supply concept that is as cost-effective and sustainable as possible. To get a better picture of the building stock and the wishes of the citizens, Jade HS is conducting a survey: (German only)

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