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District Heating Leaflet

Glasgow’s City Energy team has produced an information leaflet about District Heating in Glasgow to help provide information about District Heating and how it works, with examples from within Glasgow.

STEP UP Final Newsletter

Our final STEP UP Newsletter has just gone out to our subscribers.  The newsletter has information updating you on each city's progress, SEAP and recent events and achievements. Click here to view our newsletter.

Celsius Smart Cities Workshop- 16th September 2015

This interactive workshop will bring together excellence from several advanced European Smart Cities projects that will put forward their expertise and their project results on integrated planning, energy efficiency and district energy solutions, among others.

STEP UP Cities’ Innovative Projects - Gothenburg 

Planning for Sustainable Lifestyles

Through Planning for sustainable lifestyles, the city of Gothenburg is developing a new tool which will support the introduction of a novel approach to the urban planning process. The tool is a matrix with the intention of making lifestyle-related issues and climate actions more visible in urban development. Thus, it is an urban planning project that integrates the building, energy and transport sectors. At present, the project is in an early planning stage. It is anticipated that the tool will be finalised in 2016 and used in all larger urban development projects from this time onwards.


Smart Urban Logistics

The City of Gothenburg is planning to introduce Smart urban logistics in one of its new development areas. This is an urban planning project combining solutions for waste management, logistics and other services, and therefore mainly integrates the goods delivery and waste collection sectors. It aims to decrease environmental impact through smart resource management, reductions in CO2 emissions and other pollutants, safer traffic and less noise. The pilot of the smart urban logistics will start in the next three to five years.

 

 

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