Refurbishment instead of new construction: the current status of the refurbishment rate in Germany
The German government is adjusting subsidies for construction measures and focusing on refurbishment. But what is the current status of the renovation rate in Germany?
Heating costs and energy saving are ubiquitous topics. Now the federal government has decided on the next set of subsidies for construction measures. According to the Ministry of Finance, 16.9 billion euros will be available next year to promote more climate-friendly buildings. Only one billion of this is earmarked for new buildings. The focus in the future will be on the renovation of existing buildings. 12 to 13 billion euros have been earmarked for this. Heating and window renovation in particular are to receive more targeted support.
But how far have renovation efforts progressed so far and where is there still room for improvement?
The current state of the refurbishment rate in Germany
Across Germany, the age of buildings and the refurbishment rate varies regionally, in some cases significantly.
Our sister company infas 360 has found out the status of refurbishment in Germany and the differences between the federal states with its calculation of the nationwide refurbishment rate.
We have provided an overview map on our easymap explorer portal.
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