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Friedrichshafen: Sustainability management and climate strategy

  1. 1. Energy an climate p nd protection concept Fri iedrichshaf fen 2020Sustain nability Ma anagement and Clima Strategy in Friedrichshafen, Germany ate yCity dev velopment o oriented towwards susta ainability has a long his story in Frie edrichshafen Since 199 n. 92,Friedricchshafen is a member of the Clima Alliance and in 199 Local Ag o ate e 96, genda 21 was initiated. The wfirst Susstainability Report was published in 2004, fol s llowed by an environm ental conce in 2005 in eptwhich e energy effici iency and climate prote c ection have been highlighted as p e priorities. In 2006,Friedricchshafen sta arted participation in th European Energy Aw he n ward and in 2011 the “Energy and n “ dClimate Protection Concept 2020” was a pproved by the City Co e y ouncil.In Septe ember 2011 Friedrichs 1, shafen sign the Cov ned venant of Majors.The Energy and Climate Prote cept include measures in the follo ection Conc es owing fields of activitie s es:Land U Plannin e.g. a city of short w Use ng, ways, improovement of public trans sport and bicycleinfrastru ucture, requ uirements to improve e o energy effici iency and in ncrease rennewable eneergy in new wbuilding KfW 40-Efficiency Standard for housing on public lan more an earlier inf gs, S r nd, nd formation fo orprivate house buildders as well as more co l ontrol regar rding implem mentation o requireme of ents.Public buildings a and equipmment, e.g. increase of 10% of bio f ogas from ow production by 2020 and wn 0reductio of energy and heat by an avera of 1% per year in 2012 – 2020 on y age p 2 0.Supply and dispo y osal, e.g. investments iin decentralized energy, biogas an heat pro nd oduction,increased use of heat from wa aste water a industri processe green en and ial es, nergy and biogas for o b ownconsummption and f supply to citizens, in for o ncentives fo use of rai water, ins or in stallation of green roof and f fsunsealing of surfac ces.Mobility e.g. incre y, ease and immprovement of public tr t ransport and better com mbination of train, bus, oairplane and ship, bicycle frien e ndly city, pr rogramme to support e-mobility, m mobility mannagement fo city oradminisstration staf to influence the decis ff, ding the elec sion regard ctrification o regional trens. of tInterna organizat al tion, e.g. Climate prote ection is part of sustain nable develo opment and all departm d mentsneed to contribute, information and capa city building of staff. o , gCommu and Cooperation, e.g. to motivate citizens and stakehollders to par unication a . e rticipate activelyin the E European En nergy Awar activities and publica rd ation of possitive examp ples, extens sion of theprogrammme to support energy saving me y easures, coo operation on regional le evel ( “Ene ergy-plus-reegion”Allgäu-BBodensee-OOberschwaben) and in nternational level.In 2012 the city wa 2 ants to obtain the Euro pean Energ Award Gold Standar gy rd.Friedric chshafen paarticipated as an observ in the Managing Urban Europ Initiative and receive a ver M pe a esregularl informatio from the CHAMP-pr ly on roject as we as advice from Lake Constance Foundatio in ell e e e onthe effo towards a complete implemen orts s e ntation of su ustainability manageme system. entFurther information r n:Dr. Tillm mann StotteeleStadt FriedrichshafenAmt für Bürgerserv r vice, Sicher rheit und Um mwelt (BSU U)Eckene erstraße 1188046 F Friedrichsha afenTel. +49 (0)7541 / 203-2190 9E-Mail: t.stottele@
  2. 2. Energy and climate protection concept Friedrichshafen 2020 Target Baseline Actual Target Target 1990 2010 2020 2030 absolute value compared to 1990 i.Vgl. zu 1990 i.Vgl. zu 1990 -3% - 20 % - 30 % Energy-Consumption 12.078 kWh / capita 11.567 kWh / capita to below 9.960 kWh / capita to below 8.455 kWh / capita CO2-Emissions 7.677 kg / capita - 12 % - 40 % - 55 % 6.760 kg / capita auf unter 4.606 kg / capita to below 3.455 kg / capita 0% Energy Production from of yearly electricity demand 12 % 35 % 50 % Renewable Sources in of 1.872 kWh/capita in 1990, 106 kWh / capita at least 655 kWh / capita at least 936 kWh / capitaAccordance with EEG and coming to. + Cogeneration 0 kWh / capita 123 kWh / capita Procured Energy 3% 93 % 100 % 100 % of electricity demand in 1990, 1.740 kWh / capita of electricity demand in 1990, of electricity demand in 1990, coming to: 56 kWh / capita at least 1.872 kWh / capita at least. 1.872 kWh / EW > 16 % 1% 7% > 25 % of heat demand in 1990, Heat Production from of heat demand of 10.206 749 kWh / capita des Wärmebedarfs 1990, coming to at least. 1.633Renewable Sources and kWh / capita in 1990, coming d.h. mind. 2.552 kWh / capita kWh / capita Cogeneration to 100 kWh / capita