EnerPHit-for-2040 - EnerPHit for a climate-resilient St. Johann

St. Johann wants to set an example for other municipalities by developing a climate roadmap with feasible and financially viable measures.

Short Description

St. Johann
St. Johann (© Franz Gerdl)

The roadmap will take into account the good local PV potentials, the existing district heating network of the local heating system with a high proportion of waste heat and biomass as well as the renovation potentials of public and private buildings. The recent installation of energy meters in buildings owned by the municipality enables comprehensive monitoring to determine the current baseline. Due to the preliminary work, i.e. a spatial energy plan, projects in the context of the e5-membership or the E-Carsharing "JO-E", St. Johann has a solid starting point in the decision-making and planning phase of the climate roadmap. The measures will focus on the renovation of public buildings, the integration of renewable energies, expanding the existing district heating network and the electrification of mobility at the community level.

The town of St. Johann in Tirol has been a Climate Alliance municipality for more than 20 years and has been involved in the e-5 municipalities process for seven years. In this context, we have already implemented several projects to expand renewable energy sources and increase efficiency in mobility. We now want to take our next steps on the path to climate neutrality in the 'Climate Neutral Cities' program.

Stefan Seiwald, Mayor

Project Partners

Project management

Regio-Tech Hochfilzen Pillerseetal Regionalentwicklungs-GmbH
Andreas Franze

Project partner

Municipality of St. Johann in Tirol
University of Innsbruck, Unit of Energy Efficient Building

Contact Address

Regio-Tech Hochfilzen Pillerseetal Regionalentwicklungs-GmbH
Regio-Tech 1
A-6395 Hochfilzen
Tel.: +43/(0)5359-90501

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