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    • 1. Developing local policies to support sustainable energy implementation Suggestions from Freiburg Local Renewables Freiburg – 13-15 June 2007 Session D: Sustainable energy – How to get started Klaus Hoppe – Head of Energy Department, City of Freiburg
    • 2. Reasons for acting
      • Global Climate change
      • Local Air quality
      • Fading Resources
      • Rising Costs
      • Un-security of supply
      • Innovation = more efficiency
      • Responsibility for nature
    • 3. Historical background in Freiburg
      • Resistance against nuclear power plant
      • Searching for alternatives
      • Institutes: Fraunhofer ISE, Eco-Institut
      • Image as Solar and Environmental “Capital”
      • Winner of German Solar-Championship
      • Environmental consciousness in population
      • Lord Mayor from Green Party
      • = Plenty of starting points to implement and develop sustainable development
    • 4. Seven suggestions
      • Analyse and define assets and resources
      • Local Policy: decisions on climate targets – by consensus if possible
      • Implementation in planning process
      • Main field of action: Energy efficiency!
      • Examples: property conditions, energy concepts
      • “ City” as role model – rooftops for pv
      • Networking: Involve stakeholders
    • 5. Example 1: Climate targets
      • City council decisions on climate targets
      • If possible by consensus
      • Realistic targets
      • Achievable targets in defined period of time
      • Regular Monitoring
      • Reporting to city council
      • Communication
    • 6. Example II: “City” as role model
      • Loan programmes - insulation
      • Energy saving in administration itself
      • Supply of administration, schools with “green” electricity
      • Renovation of city owned buildings (insulation, heat)
      • Favourable property conditions for innovative businesses
      • Sale of city owned land annexed with certain conditions
      • Make available city owned rooftops for photovoltaic
    • 7. In additon
      • Positiv national conditions are crucial!
      • Good intentions are not enough - we need material benefits, or at any rate, no economic disadvantages
      • Sustainability is at best the coalition of ecology and economy.
    • 8. What could we do if everyone said what will we do and nobody stepped forward to see what might be done if only we do. Kurt Marti