Modernisation of buildings in disrepair
Joint efforts of property owners and housing associations to improve the environmental quality of living environments and achieve CO2 emission reduction
Innovative energy improvements to aging building stock
Testing of new technologies for data monitoring and analysis
Increased awareness for renewable energy potentials
Investigation of profitable and dynamic options for on-site renewable energy production
Tartu, the second largest city in Estonia with a population of 100,000 inhabitants, is located in the southern part of the country. The pilot area Annelinn is a small part of Tartu’s largest district, Annelinn. The area is home to one third of Tartu’s population and is situated in the eastern part of the city. Its building structure is based on a 1970 “General Plan”and is characterised by large multi-family blocks. The pilot area is limited to a group of residential blocks in the north-western corner of Annelinn and lies just next to the City Centre District.