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The overarching objective is to enhance the self-sufficiency of buildings and related infrastructure through a multi-phase and comprehensive investment plan. The plan is intricate and spans several thematic components, including reducing energy consumption in buildings, increasing the deployment of renewable energy technologies such as solar power plants, optimizing heat supply systems, and fostering innovation and digitalization. These initiatives are aligned with the city's commitment to innovative, smart, and resilient approaches to combat climate change, incorporating elements like the Performance-based Energy Design scheme and energy communities.



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The city of Tábor aims to reduce final and primary energy consumption while increasing renewable energy production across both municipal and private properties. This comprehensive project encompasses various measures, including improving energy efficiency in public and residential buildings through measures such as heat insulation and LED lighting. Additionally, the project involves utilizing renewable resources for energy production, reconstructing the district heating distribution system, and transitioning the fuel base of the district heating system. With an estimated investment of 54.7 million EUR, the initiative is expected to result in significant energy savings of approximately 43.21 GWh per year and avoid the emission of 97,499 tons of CO2 annually. These efforts will have a positive impact on reducing pollutants in the air and ensuring a sustainable level of heat pricing for the benefit of Tábor's citizens and the surrounding district.