With sustainably operated building technology, the hotel reduces energy consumption by 20%
Hotel Maximilian's (formerly Drei Mohren Hotel) in the middle of Augsburg's city center is a traditional 5-star superior hotel with a history of over 300 years, which is characterized by comfortable and luxurious furnishings.
Even before the energy-saving contracting with ENGIE, the hotel had modern building technology: a well water system including a heat pump was used for heating and cooling, and modern ventilation systems with zone control ensured a pleasant indoor climate. However, the project with ENGIE confirmed that the installed plant technology was not running optimally in operation. Rather, the records of the well water use showed that the temperatures of the groundwater were continuously moving upwards over the years, which meant that there was a need for action with regard to the well permit.
Optimization potential was quickly identified by ENGIE's energy experts and implemented on a turnkey basis as part of an energy-saving contracting program. A large number of measures help to meet the official requirements on the one hand and to increase the energy efficiency of the building and the user comfort on the other hand.
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