Wie ist die Situation einkommensschwacher und von Energiearmut bedrohter Haushalte, welche Folgen hat die Wärmewende für diese Haushalte und wie können deren Bedürfnisse berücksichtigt werden?
Die beiden zentralen Bestandteile einer Wärmewende, die notwendig für das Erreichen der Berliner Klimaschutzziele ist, sind die Reduktion des Wärmebedarfs durch energetische Gebäudesanierungen und die Umstellung der Wärmeversorgung auf erneuerbare Energien und Abwärme.
Mit diesen Maß-nahmen gehen erhebliche Investitionen und damit Kosten einher, die durch Eigentümer/innen aufzubringen sind und gleichzeitig häufig durch die Mieter/innen gegenfinanziert werden. Dies stellt insbesondere einkommensschwache Haushalte vor Herausforderungen. Instrumente wie der Mietendeckel und Milieuschutz sollen Mieter/innen schützen, wirken sich aber auch auf das energetische Sanierungsgeschehen aus. In der Veranstaltung wollen wir basierend auf wissenschaftlichen Analysen die Situation in Berlin aufzeigen und gemeinsam mit dem Publikum Lösungsansätze für eine sozialverträgliche Wärmewende diskutieren. Die Veranstaltung ist Teil der Reihe „Forschen für den Wandel: Sozial-ökologische Perspektiven für Berlin“ des transdisziplinären Forschungsverbunds Ecornet Berlin (www.ecornet.berlin).
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Deputy Head of Research Field Sustainable Energy and Climate Protection
Dr. Julika Weiß is a researcher at the Institute for Ecological Economy Research since 2006. She studied Environmental Engineering and received her doctoral degree at the Humboldt University, Ber-lin. In recent years, Ms. Weiß has led numerous research and consulting projects, in particular on the energetic refurbishment and climate-friendly heat supply for buildings. Her focus was on technologi-cal, ecological and economic issues, political framework conditions and the actors involved.
Institut für ökologische Wirtschaftsforschung
Elisa Dunkelberg has been working at the IÖW since 2009. She studied Technical Environmental Protection and received her doctorate in Sustainable Engineering at the TU Berlin. Her main topics are building energy efficiency, bioenergy and regenerative heat generation. Elisa Dunkelberg is currently working on the transformation of heat supply from fossil-based systems to more climate-friendly, socially acceptable heat supply options in cities and municipalities.
Deputy Head of Division Energy & Climate
Dr. Katja Schumacher works as deputy head of the Energy and Climate Division at Öko-Institut. She leads research and consulting projects on the development, assessment and evaluation of energy efficiency and climate protection measures. Katja Schumacher’s main focus is on (socio-)economic aspects of policies and measures and distributional effects at the consumer level.
Research Assistant Energy & Climate
Viktoria Noka has been working as a research assistant in the energy & climate division of the Oeko-Institut since 2018. As a social scientist her expertise lies in literature research, data gathering and qualitative analysis. Her research focus has been on themes such as energy poverty, effort-sharing sectors, and the analysis and assessment of relevant measures and instruments. She has experience in conducting (online) workshops and webinars/seminars on these topics as well.
HOWOGE Wärme GMBH
Matthias Schmitz-Peiffer has been CEO of HOWOGE Wärme GmbH since 2015. HOWOGE Wärme GmbH is a subsidiary of HOWOGE Wohnungsbaugesellschaft mbH. It is responsible for energy management and the supply of the HOWOGE building stock with heating energy and hot water. The company’s aim is to optimize energy consumption and thus further reduce the tenants’ warm operating costs and to contribute to the implementation of the HOWOGE Group’s sustainability strategy.
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