Decentralized energy supply for Lübesse

In a study, IKEM examines the on-site use of renewable energy for the emission-free, decentralized energy supply of the bioenergy village Lübesse.

Decentralized energy supply for Lübesse

In a study, IKEM examines the on-site use of renewable energy for the emission-free, decentralized energy supply of the bioenergy village Lübesse.

Project

On behalf of naturwind Schwerin GmbH, IKEM prepared a study on the decentralized energy supply for Lübesse. The study is based on a project by naturwind schwerin GmbH, which aims to establish a decentralized energy supply in the bioenergy village of Lübesse, with particular attention to the direct use of electricity from existing wind turbines, solar and biomass systems or new wind turbines to be commissioned for emission-free, decentralized energy supply and to implement the production of regenerative raw materials. The project is currently in the planning or concept phase.

The legal feasibility study shows the essential framework conditions under for a legally permissible and economically feasible concept of electricity and heat supply in the bioenergy village of Lübesse. The feasibility study is intended to create a suitable basis for the preparation and provision of contract models that can be used in the case of application and enable rapid implementation.