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eeef Annual Report 2015

Project Highlights The JMB transaction is an innovative public- private partnership (PPP) building sustainable communities for a better environment and facilitating small and medium-sized investments in the energy efficiency sector. It was the winner of the European Energy Service Initiative’s Award for the best European energy efficiency service project in 2011, conferred by the European Energy Service Initiative 2020. Berlin ©JewishMuseumBerlin,photo:JensZiehe Jewish Museum Berlin Foundation Project Profile The Jewish Museum Berlin and the energy ser- vice company (ESCO) of Johnson Controls entered into an energy performance contract (EPC) for the museum buildings with a total EPC volume of €1.4 m. The eeef’s initial investment totalled €1.7m – construction work is ongoing. The Jewish Museum Berlin and the ESCO agreed to a revised approach in 2015 which reduced the over- all scope of the project and as a consequence also the eeef’s investment size, from €1.4m to €1.0m. The museum owns two buildings in Berlin which are both used for various cultural events. Since its opening in September 2001, several million peo- plehave visited the Jewish Museum Berlin, making it one of Berlin’s most visited museums. Offering guided tours, temporary exhibition and a diverse calendar of events, the museum is a lively centre for Jewish history and culture. The project includes a number of energy efficien- cy measures, comprising the optimisation of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning and an efficient energy-management system. The pro- ject is currently under construction and is expect- ed to achieve an annual reduction of 933 tCO2 e emissions, or 26.1 % compared to baseline. The revised project also expects to achieve 3,855 MWh of primary energy savings annually. Key figures Country Germany Sector Energy efficiency – building retrofit Type of investment Forfaiting loan Total project size (¤m) 1.4 eeef investment size (€m) 1.0 Financial close 20 March 2012 Estimated tCO2 e emission savings (p.a.) 933 18 eeef Annual Report 2015