The measure RES:Z is divided into two funding phases. Between 2019 and 2022, twelve research projects involving more than 20 model municipalities were funded. Eight of these projects are now in a second funding phase, which will last until 2024 and is even more dedicated to the transfer of research results into practice. In both funding phases, a cross-cutting scientific project supports both the content-related networking of the research projects and the external communication and transfer of the results into municipal practice.
Multifunctional streetscape design in urban districts – Implement, evaluate and consolidate
– A neighborhood reinvents itself – Integrated resource-efficient urban development
Implementation, consolidation and transfer of a socially, ecologically and economically sustainable land and material flow management in urban gardens and parks
Integrative consideration of sustainable heat management in urban districts – Implementation and consolidation phase
Leipziger BlauGrün II
Multifunctional infrastructures for energy- and water-efficient urban districts
Resource management in urban districts in the context of sustainable urban development
Development of innovative strategies for the optimized use of living space
Resource planning for urban districts
Instruments for a resource-efficient development of urban districts
Straße der Zukunft
Future streetscapes in urban districts
Integration of resource-optimized separation drainage through transformation of municipal planning processes for existing districts.
Implementation, monitoring and further development of the Vertical Air Conditioning and Wastewater Treatment System
Cross-cutting scientific project – networking and transfer of results