- All buildings will have an A+++ energy rating by 2050.
- Radboud campus will stop using natural gas by 2035.
- Residual heat will be available for third parties by 2050 (at least 50 TJ).
- We will reduce indirect CO2 emissions (e.g., production and transport emissions) of the products we use at our University.
Radboud University is therefore firmly committed to energy efficiency.
Where we are now
The energy market was upended in 2022 as a result of the war in Ukraine, with market prices going through the roof. Radboud University can nevertheless look back on a successful energy year. Energy costs did not rise, and renewables targets were achieved.
The infographic below illustrates and explains the most important issues regarding energy consumption and energy savings. Click on the link to enlarge.