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Hamburg: from World War II anti-aircraft bunker to “Energy Bunker” to fight climate change

Country: Germany
Original language: German

In 2013, in the Wilhelmsburg area of Hamburg, a former anti-aircraft bunker was converted into an “Energy Bunker”. The building was rebuilt and fitted out with a biogas plant, a solar thermal plant and a natural gas cogeneration plant. Both of the cogeneration engines are powered by biomethane.  In this way the bunker supplies completely ...

In 2013, in the Wilhelmsburg area of Hamburg, a former anti-aircraft bunker was converted into an “Energy Bunker”. The building was rebuilt and fitted out with a biogas plant, a solar thermal plant and a natural gas cogeneration plant. Both of the cogeneration engines are powered by biomethane.  In this way the bunker supplies completely renewable and sustainable electricity to neighbouring buildings.  

 

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