City of Frankfurt-am-Main


Frankfurt am Main has a long tradition of controlling energy use and cutting CO2 emissions which started in the 1990’s with the objective of reaching “-40%” by 2025. “Energie Referat” (the local energy agency) and the city’s town planning department are working in close collaboration with investors and other municipal departments to achieve this target. Their goal is to design the best energy plans for all urban construction or rehabilitation projects, such as connecting buildings to the 3 existing main heating networks or the creation of small-scale CHP networks.

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City of Frankfurt-am-Main is a member of Energy Cities since 2000

Germany

724 486 Inhabitants

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