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Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions. Results of SSPCR 2015
This book presents cutting-edge work on innovative planning methodologies, tools and experiences aimed at supporting the transition of our cities and regions towards a more smart and sustainable dimension. This book comprises ...
A case-based learning methodology to predict barriers to implementation of smart and sustainable urban energy projects
Implementation of smart and sustainable energy projects in urban areas encounters different barriers. These barriers range from common financial shortage to specific constraints, which depend on local socio-economic, ...
Smart energy city development: A story told by urban planners
The smart energy city is an emerging concept in urban development, aiming to optimize urban energy systems and improve the quality of life for citizens. However, smart energy city development requires a well-defined and ...
Towards renewable Alps: a progress report for the period 2015-2016
(Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention, 2017)
Editors: Gilles Chomat, Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention, Helen Lückge, Climonomics, Nathalie Morelle, Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention Contributors: Austria: Martin Ploß, Energy Institute ...
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 ...
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 ...