Housing turnaround and energy turnaround

Urbanization has been underway since the 1st industrial revolution. An efficient energy transition and a higher standard of living require a reversal of this trend.






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00:00One hectare of residential area, 1 MW of photovoltaics, batteries for on-demand grid feeding.
00:12In the center of the settlement is a large photovoltaic roof, which covers access road, parking spaces and areas for various activities of residents.
00:25The large photovoltaic roof provides sun protection and rain shelter for a variety of outdoor activities for residents. It has 44 % share in the electricity production of the settlement.
00:42The self-consumption of the settlement, including electric cars, is less than 1/6 of the electricity production. Further south it can be even less than 1/10.
01:05The heat pumps of the houses also provide heat to the swimming pool. Thus, the swimming pool can be used 2/3 of the year.
01:21Previously, living in old buildings, residents had a much higher energy consumption. Thus, in addition to electricity production, there is also a considerable energy saving.
01:38Heavily urbanized regions have too few children. Reruralization and a family-friendly environment help against this.
01:52We need to focus on solving many problems at once, use synergy to save resources.
02:03An agro-industrial desert. Here, everything is beaten down that is not the crop.
02:21No biodiversity at all. Part of the year corn grows here, part of the year there is only bare earth.
02:34The corn is now harvested and processed into biogas. In Germany, only 17 MWh electricity yield per hectare.
02:43This agro-industrial desert brings only 2% it electricity yield from an optimized settlement area.
02:52In Germany, 2.6 million hectares of agricultural land are wasted growing crops for energy for a ridiculously low yield.
03:04The one million hectare “Land for Energy” program for Germany: highly comfortable housing for 16 million families, 850 TWh of electricity annual yield, 2/3 of a functional and cost-optimized energy transition.
03:23Analogously, the 100,000 hectare “Land for Energy” program for Austria.

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Germany has a lot of difficult problems to solve. Only synergy effects through a cross-divisional approach make the problems solvable.

  • Functional energy transition
  • Affordable housing
  • Real climate protection
  • Reduce space requirements
  • Avoid unaffordable refurbishment costs
  • Reduce poverty among the elderly
  • Increase birth rate far too low
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          Housing turnaround and energy turnaround: Urbanization has been underway since the 1st industrial revolution. An efficient energy transition and a higher standard of living require a reversal of this trend. https://gemini-next-generation.house/politics/housing-energy-turnaround.htm