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SINFONIA Project Mass Appraisal: Beyond The Value Of Energy Performance In Buildings
Energy retrofit of existing buildings stock is today a major urban challenge and opportunity. Although a market appreciation of green buildings is generally recognized, specificities related to different countries, contexts ...
Co-benefits of smart and sustainable energy district projects: An overview of economic assessment methodologies
The concept of “co-benefit” is commonly adopted to define any additional positive impact of a policy, program, or project, arising alongside the desired primary goal. Co-benefits relate to human health and well-being, as ...
The economic benefit of an innovative urban information infrastructure: the choice experiment method applied to the Smart Totem of EU project SINFONIA
The diffusion and integration of the information and communication technologies (ICT) in the urban environment is a pillar of the current smart city development approach. Sensors, monitors, and portable devices allow ...
Assessing Preferences for Attributes of City Information Points: Results from a Choice Experiment
A choice experiment has been carried out to assess the preferred attributes of information points (called totems) to be installed in the city of Bolzano. Totems allow the acquisition, exchange and query of data in real ...