The role of PVC products for energy efficient modernisation programmes in buildings
Published on: 2014-09-18
This project was rolled out on the as part of the Bottrop “InnovationCity Project”. The project's objective is to make use of PVC product solutions in the building sector for energy efficient and sustainable renovation programmes in a prominent project and to specify PVC products on the “positive list” for public procurement.
- Introduction meeting / workshop involving the city of Bottrop, the “Innovation City” project team, Ruhr University, AGPU, PVC window system suppliers (EPPA members). The target was the positive positioning of PVC products in the different areas of buildings.
- Kick-off meeting, now also together with certified window assembling companies, in order to develop a selected and concrete renovation program.
- Evaluation and documentation of the effects after project realisation as the basis of further communication and realisation programmes in other cities (roll out).
Target Groups: Decision-makers
in the following fields
Building and construction
The “Blueprint” for Bottrop’s redevelopment focuses on energy efficiency and renewables in both commercial and residential areas, with measures for environmentally friendly mobility and adaptation of urban space for increased quality of life for its residents.
Different PVC products for energy efficient renovation such as: Window profiles, facade profiles/claddings, cable management profiles/conduits, pipe insulation films, roofing membranes etc.,
Insulation 40% of the total energy consumption in buildings
Energy-efficient renovation with existing technologies and products
1 Euro subsidies = > 6 –8 Euro investments
1 Euro subsidies = > 1.17 Euro income
18 billionEuro/year = > 80% energy reduction in buildings until 2050
Increase renovation rate from1 to 2 %/year
Increase of renovation rate since 2012 (in 25 months): 7.8 %.
Typically/ in general: < 1% per year
Contact: Thomas Huelsmann, AGPU. firstname.lastname@example.org