Adminstration, Museum, Theater
Year of construction
The Archaeological Museum Hamburg transitioned from being a historical museum for the city of Harburg to becoming the Federal Archaeological Museum of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg within its 120 years of existence. The cultural site is used in a variety of ways: Next to “classic” office use in the administrative parts, there are exhibition spaces, gastronomy areas as well as a connected theatre. In January 2020, vilisto’s self-learning thermostats were installed – with the aim to adapt the heating consumption as closely as possible to the actual demand resulting form the different usage situations.
Ever since, the public foundation has saved around 30% of heating energy and Co2 emissions in the areas heated by radiators. Economically, the project is also a complete success with a amortization period of 3 years. In addition, by the end of 2030, the additional burden of the CO2 tax will be reduced by around 7,500€.
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Measuring method: Digital heat meters and weather-adjusted consumption
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