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Technical state-of-the-art innovative solutions (D3.1) Version:3

As a first step within the work package 3, state-of-the-art technologies for energy efficiency have been identified and described in this report. Special attention has been paid to technologies related to the following domains: Building renovation; Building technologies; Public Transportation; Motorized private transport; Pedestrian traffic and cyclying; Transport of goods; Waste, water and sewage management; Electrical power grid; Public Lighting; Private and public services; and Renewable Energy. Not all domains were covered, due to the main focus being on Energy- related technologies and on some of the domain being covered by other Work Packages (e.g. spatial structure or Private households).

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Case Studies Report (D3.2) Version:4

This report presents the case studies carried out by the group of technical experts involved in the WP3. Some of the case studies were carried out through literature review while others were done in co-operation with city representatives of the cities involved in PLEEC. These reports analyse the successful adoption of different technologies in medium sized cities all across Europe. The objective of the cases study report is to present the cities in PLEEC with implementation examples of some of the technologies presented in D3.1 - State of the art, in order to help city representatives with the decision making process towards adopting modern technologies for effective energy efficiency improvement in different urban areas.

(Created: 21.02.2016 11:34:51 - Size: 4.82 MB - Downloads: 329)


Thematic report for selected key aspects: Innovation and Sustainability Transition (D3.3) Version:3

This report compiles and summarizes research work on innovation and sustainability transition made in Work Package 3 in the PLEEC project. First, the result of the synthetic research work is described in guidelines for city planning

(Created: 02.03.2016 19:40:51 - Size: 2.62 MB - Downloads: 255)


Technology Adoption Assessment tool (Annex to D3.4) Version:5

The technology adoption assessment tool is a dynamic spreadsheet where technology experts of the work package have linked 119 technologies extracted from 28 case studies of energy efficiency improving projects, with the cities’ energy efficient indicators presented in section 2.3. The online tool contains multiple spreadsheets, each one for each specific domain and key domain, where all the indicators and technologies are linked together. For each enabling technology, the color-coded rating of low, medium or high is determined, based on its impact on its associated indicator.

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Technology Adoption Gap Analysis (Annex to D3.4) Version:1

The results from the technology adoption assessment tool were put together and the impact of each enabling technology (ET) on its respective indicator was determined. This result, provides city planners, with a specific idea of which technologies provides with the best improvement potential for increasing the performance of any particular energy efficiency indicator. After, the adoption level of each technology is evaluated for each city, in order to determine the adoption gap of each technology. When both the technology impact on the energy efficiency indicators and the technology adoption gap are looked at together, it is possible to identify the best opportunities for technology-driven energy efficiency improvements in the city. Furthermore, it provides city planners with powerful information for updating the city’s energy efficiency action plan.

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Adaptation of recommendations of Technical Solutions for the Cities (D3.4) Version:4

To evaluate the impact of each particular technology and/or service, several energy efficiency indicators have been developed and others have been chosen from the available literature. These indicators can be used by cities to develop monitoring and benchmarking tools to help them improve their energy performance, by learning from experiences from similar cities. Additionally, these indicators have been cross-referenced with different technologies in order to determine the individual impact of these technologies on each indicator. Finally, the adoption level of each of these technologies have been determined in individual cities, to establish the technology adoption gap, to recommend adoption strategies. This method has been applied to the six medium-sized cities of PLEEC, where several domains and key fields representing all city energy systems have been analyzed.

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Final Report (D3.5) Version:2

The main objective of the work package 3 was to identify the potential technologies that would help the cities participating in the project improve energy efficiency. In this report, a summary of the main results available in full detail in deliverables 3.1 - 3.4 as well as conclusions and final remarks are presented.

(Created: 08.03.2016 17:43:37 - Size: 2.23 MB - Downloads: 372)