Challenge / Goal
The REMOURBAN project aims to achieve sustainable districts in Tepebasi and Valladolid through deep retrofitting and renewable energy generation technologies. With the aim of achieving a Near Zero Energy District in Valladolid, a series of interventions have been designed focusing on improving the sustainability of the 19 residential buildings of the FASA neighbourhood, increasing its energy efficiency and reducing the CO2 emissions of its buildings.
To achieve a Near Zero Energy District in Valladolid, façades and roofs were insulated, the illumination of the common areas were updated to LED and a photovoltaic field was be integrated in the façade of the tallest building of the neighbourhood, a tower of 14 floors. A parallel intervention in the existing district heating and District Hot Water (DHW) facilities was also carried out. The interventions consist of renovating the distribution network to reduce heat losses and integrate biomass to replace gas and heating oil consumption. Both interventions, district retrofitting and district heating network renovation, could achieve a heating consumption reduction up to 45%.
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Implementation time: 0.5 - 1 years
Residents in Valladolid
Reducing energy bills
Promoting sustainable behavior
Improving life quality