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Procurers invited to tour sustainably renovated building in Ludwigsburg

15 September 2015

The iNSPiRe project is inviting public procurers to visit a sustainably renovated residential building in Ludwigsburg (Germany) to see the latest innovations on the market first hand and to gain an insight into the process of renovating publicly-owned residential buildings. The City of Ludwigsburg will outline their procurement approach while technical partners of the iNSPiRe project will explain the solutions used and how they can be implemented in other building types.

The renovation packages developed by iNSPiRe are capable of reducing the primary energy consumption of a building to lower than 50 kWh/m2/year, and can be installed without major interruption to the building’s occupants. The Ludwigsburg building has been converted into a nearly-zero energy building with minimal disruption to residents.

Participation in the event is free of charge, but early registration is required. Participants are responsible for their own travel and accommodation arrangements. A limited amount of funding is available to support attendance.

To register for the study tour and to enquire about funding, contact marlene.grauer@iclei.org.