This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 691624
The inhabitants of the residential area at the Olympic Park are supplied with solar heat for heating and domestic hot water also during winter time. For this purpose a seasonal hot water storage with a capacity of 5.7 million liters works in combination with a heat pump.
The city of Munich has chosen a section of the new district 'Am Ackermannbogen' to build a solar district heating system. The residents live either in one of the four large apartment buildings or in one of the eight smaller town houses. The thermal insulation standard of the buildings fulfils the requirements of the currently valid EnEV 2009.
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