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eeef Annual Report 2013

University of Applied Sciences Munich Project Profile The University of Applied Sciences Munich and the Energy Service Company (ESCO) of Johnson Controls entered into an energy performance contract (EPC) for both buildings of the university’s campus in Munich-Pasing with a total EPC volume of €1.1m. The university was founded in 1971 and is the largest university of applied sciences in Bavaria with about 16,500 students, 500 pro- fessors, 750 lecturers and 600 non-academic staff. The ESCO and the university agreed on energy efficiency measures comprising the optimization of heating, lighting, metering, building manage- ment and pumping as well as the acquisition of a 49.5kW combined heat and power (CHP) plant. The implementation of all measures achieved primary energy savings of 1,275 MWh and 9 tonnes of CO2 emissions in 2013. The ESCO has guaranteed the university energy savings per annum and will perform mainte- nance and building operation services for the 10 year loan contract period at least. Project Highlights This is an innovative forfeiting structure for finan- cing energy efficiency measures in a further pub- lic building with a focus on low carbon solutions which will improve the learning environment of the students as well as that of staff. Although it is a smaller project, it proves the concept of combating climate change through a smarter use of energy which also benefits the public budget. It even includes a small component of decentra- lized energy production for the university’s own use. This project can serve as a role model for further energy efficiency investments in educational facilities such as universities, schools and kindergartens. Key figures Country Germany Sector Energy efficiency – building retrofit Type of investment Forfaiting loan Total project size (¤ m) 1.1 eeef investment size (€ m) 0.6 Financial Close 31 November 2012 Maturity 10 years CO2 emission savings (tonnes p.a.) 9 Primary energy savings 2013 (in MWh) 1,2751,275 Munich 2013 Activities Report: Investments 15