Example Germany

With 233 inhabitants per km², Germany is four times more densely populated than the world average. This is how the 1,000 m² society and 100% renewable energy works.

Example Germany
With 233 inhabitants per km², Germany is four times more densely populated than the world average. This is how the 1,000 m² society and 100% renewable energy works.

  More nature through climate protection superior houses


With the Project GEMINI next Generation, the idea of the house is completely redefined: Energy production, food production, negative soil sealing enable the reduction of inefficient land use.

Because of these characteristics, there are new settlement areas where only climate protection superiority houses may be built, where the soil costs only as much as arable land. These new settlement areas are designated land for energy and food.

In the simulation, 500 km² are redistributed in the land use. Forest, water and meadow (animal feed) are each assumed to be used at 5%, the rest at 100%.


Land for energy and food Average Per 500 km² Total
Area 600 m² 500 km²
From this is street 0 m² 80 km²
Inhabitants 2 1,400,000
Photovoltaic 40 kW 28 GW
Electricity storage 120 kWh 84 GWh
Vertical Gardening Aeroponic 60 m² 42 km²
Animation Stop < > Start
Type of use Color code Change Total
Land for energy and food
    -             +    
Old buildings
    -             +    
Recreation
    -             +    
Traffic Streets
    -             +    
Others and fallow land
Forest
    -             +    
Water
    -             +    
Meadow (animal feed)
    -             +    
Food
    -             +    
Energy and raw materials
    -             +    
 
  Area Area evaluated Per inhabitant
Areas with 100% usage
Areas with 5% usage
Total


An increasingly large part of the population lives in newly built land for energy and food areas until 80% are reached. Surplus solar power is used with Power to Methanol and serves to supplement the reduced solar power volume in winter with combined cycle power plants.

The 1000 m² Civilization The 1000 m² Civilization
More space for nature, more space for humans, stop wasting land through inefficient use, stop destroying nature for the nonsensically inefficient.


The 111 Rule: 1 m² 1 EUR 1 year The 111 Rule: 1 m² 1 EUR 1 year
Is it possible to pay EUR 1 land use tax per square meter per year for this application? This is modified with partial use and partial nature.


Risk of large-scale agriculture Risk of large-scale agriculture
Inefficient systems with their enormous space requirements not only destroy nature, but are also unreliable and can only be operated at enormous expense.