(Energy Efficient and Integrated Urban Development Action)

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Part-financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund and European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument). eu.baltic.net

In addition, the project is supported by the German Federal Programm Transnational Cooperation of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs. www.interreg.de

Case Study Berlin – Integrated and energy efficient development of neighbourhoods. Part 1

The "Case Study Berlin" documents an example of an integrated urban development process with focus on energetic measures. The case study area is composed of a large housing estate (Frankfurter Allee Süd) and a historic building area (Kaskelkiez).
The study comprises a survey of the initial state in the early 1990ies and a documentation of the discussions and various planning steps until today. A detailed analysis on the function, contents and results of integrated urban development concepts will be provided. A critical evaluation will deepen the issue of energy efficiency as an integrated planning matter. For this purpose a balance of the energy consumption between 1991 and today will be calculated.

The first part of the documentation of the case study is available here:

The first results regarding energy efficiency implications of integrated urban development are available here.

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