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SWM Renewable Energies expansion campaign

The City of Munich has recognized the need for action. With the help of its municipal energy and infrastructure company Stadtwerke München (SWM) it is leading the way on climate and environmental protection. SWM is cur-rently at the forefront of the energy transition.

SWM is committed to implementing Germany’s energy transition across the board. As part of its Renewable Energies Expansion Campaign, the company is pushing the production of renewable energies in power generation as well as in heating. SWM firmly believes that the energy transition can only succeed if both power and heating are generated using renewable sources.

SWM’s aims:

  • By 2025, SWM is aiming to produce as much green electricity at its own plants as required to power the entire city of Munich. This would make Munich the first city worldwide with over a million residents to have achieved this target! SWM has been conducting its renewable energy offensive with a budget of nine billion euros since 2008. It now boasts a production capacity equivalent to more than half the energy requirements of the city of Munich.
  • With a view to also realizing the energy transition in the heating market, SWM developed a district heating vision in 2012. The aim is to cover Munich’s district heating requirements carbon-neutrally by 2040. Geothermal energy will be the predominant source for green heating.
  • Another regional building block of the company’s climate commitment is green cooling. Thanks to the eco-cooling of groundwater and municipal subterranean streams, energy consumption for cooling purposes drops by around 70 percent. Emphasis is placed on the growing district cooling network in the city centre.

If you wish to find out more about energy generation by SWM, please contact us.

Phone: 0800 796 796 0 *
Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
E-Mail: customer-service@swm.de
* toll-free within Germany

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