Closing event CleanTechCampus

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Pathways to a sustainable energy supply for the TUM Campus in Garching

With more than 15,000 students and 3,500 employees, the Garching campus of the TU Munich is already one of the largest university locations in Germany. If the rapid growth of recent years continues, a realignment of the energy supply will be necessary in the near future. Against this background, an innovative energy concept is to be developed as part of the CleanTechCampus project, which realizes the integration of the existing and newly added building structure into a highly efficient supply and increasingly regenerative generation structure. A holistic approach is pursued in that the electricity, heating and cooling supply are not considered individually, as usual, but rather coupled.

The closing event presented an exciting program with high-caliber speakers illuminating the topic of sustainability at the university from different perspectives. From the CleanTechCampus project, various transformation paths were presented on how the vision of a sustainable energy supply for the TUM Campus Garching can be implemented.

The presentation slides of the final event as well as the final report and a guideline for the implementation of sector-coupled energy system optimizations can be found here.