Energy Retrofit: Considering Socio-spatial Structures of Cities
The energy renovation of residential buildings is being promoted in many cities. What makes sense in terms of energy efficiency can lead to a crowding out of the old-established residents due to rising rental costs. In order for energy renovation not to contribute to increasing social inequalities at city and district level, socio-political regulations and support instruments are needed. However, there is still a lack of a well-founded database that makes it possible to make appropriate recommendations.