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Markt Schwaben turns off the lights: City Hall is no longer illuminated at night

2022-08-09T04:14:30.683Z

Markt Schwaben turns off the lights: City Hall is no longer illuminated at night Created: 08/09/2022, 06:00 By: Armin Roesl From 10 p.m. the parking lot at the town hall and the town hall itself are no longer illuminated. © jodo From 10 p.m. it will be dark at Rathaus Markt Schwaben: the market town turns off the lights at night. This is not the only energy saving measure. Markt Schwaben – Th



Markt Schwaben turns off the lights: City Hall is no longer illuminated at night

Created: 08/09/2022, 06:00

By: Armin Roesl

From 10 p.m. the parking lot at the town hall and the town hall itself are no longer illuminated.

© jodo

From 10 p.m. it will be dark at Rathaus Markt Schwaben: the market town turns off the lights at night.

This is not the only energy saving measure.

Markt Schwaben – The parking lot at the Markt Schwaben town hall will be in the dark from 10 p.m. and the town hall itself will no longer be illuminated at night.

The market community reports this.

These are two of several measures in the energy saving plan for all properties.

Furthermore, all buildings in the market town have been converted to use LEDs.

And: "The path lighting is automatically based on sunrise and sunset, so that it is only lit when the human eye needs more light."


The conversion of the heating systems in all properties, which has now been completed, will also bring “significant savings”.

Treasurer Andreas Kleebauer is quoted as follows in the press release: "We have decided to equip the heating systems (...) with high-efficiency pumps."

(By the way: Everything from the region is now also available in our regular Ebersberg newsletter.)


The administration is currently in the process of putting together another large package of energy-saving measures.

This will soon be presented to the municipal council for a decision.


Overall, savings of around 60 percent are expected for the lighting, and the high-efficiency pumps would bring about additional savings of around 50 percent.

"That's probably still calculated very cautiously," says Mayor Michael Stolze.

He appealed to all citizens via a press release: "None of us know what effects the energy crisis will have in store for us.

I assume that the current investments will pay for themselves within a very short time.

And I cherish the tender hope that the example set by the market administration here will fall on fertile ground with many citizens.

Each individual is responsible for how we use energy in the future.

every room of an apartment,

You can find more current news from the district of Ebersberg at Merkur.de/Ebersberg.


Source: merkur

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