Sport Freiburg's new stadium should be mathematically climate-neutral
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In the coming season, the SC Freiburg will finally move to his new home. The stadium should then contribute to climate protection with the help of modern infrastructure.
with solar system and district heating
for 100 kilometers away routes require electric cars depending on the model around 15 kilowatt hours (kWh) electricity. The solar system on the roof of the new Freiburg stadium should even generate approx. 2.3 million kWh a year in the future. Theoretically, one could drive with the performance more than 380 times around the world - in sunny Breisgau, however, the operation of the new building will soon be covered.
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"The Sport Club lives the topic of sustainability for many years," says SC-Freiburg Management Board Oliver Leki. It should help the expansion of long-term partnership with Badenova. The southbadic utility becomes energy and environmental partners, and he remains as a sponsor of the women's department of the SC Freiburg.
The solar power plant on the stadium roof but does not remain the only building block in the building in the north of the city on mathematical neutrality. In addition, a district heating line should supply the stadium building and supply the lawn heaters with heat. This also covered the heat consumption of CO2-free sources. The waste heat is used nearby industry. Among other things, the Freiburg fair and the Fraunhofer Institute are also connected.
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lighthouse far beyond the country's borders
Badenova chief. Thorsten Radensleben sees the stadium as a role model for other locations: "With our commitment, we combine all our expertise into an overall concept that makes the new SC stadium far beyond the country's borders." A 10G internet connection, up to 40Gbits / s wide-band connection and ten charging points for electric motor vehicles should also form a modern infrastructure on site in addition to 3,700 bicycle parking spaces.
Actually, the SC wanted to move from the Black Forest Stadium in the recent season in the new home. Among other things, restrictions because of the Covid-19 pandemic delayed but the premiere. Now the beginning of the season 2021/22 is targeted for the official relocation. The Badische Zeitung said Leki, he hope for a "point landing" so that the first home game can take place in August in the new stadium. However, there are still some work in the field of electrics and IT.
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