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  • 1. DI Stefan GeierMunicipal Department 20 for Energy Planning City of Vienna www.energieplanung.wien.at
  • 2. overview• Based on „european smart cities“ (www.smart-cities.eu)• Comprehensive and comparable profiles focusing on climate and energy issues• Visualization of the profiles and the relevant drivers and indicators• Existing data and frequently used sustainability indicators (e.g. carbon footprint, energy consumption etc.)Results:• common characteristics of (Austrian) cities and urban regions• applicability to a wide range of cities• evaluation of trends• better interpretation and comparison of the different profiles
  • 3. Project team• Umweltbundesamt GmbH (UBA, Austrian Environment Agency)• Österreichischer Städtebund (AACT, Austrian Association of Cities & Towns, AACT)• IFZ Interuniversitäres Forschungszentrum für Technik, Arbeit & Kultur (IFZ, Inter- University Research Centre for Technology, Work and Culture)• Umweltdachverband (UWD, Environmental Umbrella Organization)• Vienna University of Technology (VUT), Department for Spatial Development, Infrastructure and Environment Planning• co2 Advertising and Design Agency (co2)
  • 4. Smart City Profiles Immediate indicators for energy efficiency and climate protection e.g. carbon footprint, energy consumption, pollution etc.Structural indicators Indirect indicators for energy efficiency and climate protection Local factors Politics, Buildings and Mobility and Technical infra- Economy and administration settlement traffic structure society and patterns governance
  • 5. Criteria for Indicators•Focus: Energy efficiency & climate protection•Feasibility & availability of datas•Posibility of influence by the city•Indicators are mapping the status and the trends
  • 6. Intentions of the City-Profiles• Identification of suitable indicators for measuring of „Smartness“• Support of cities to evaluate measures (comparing to other cities)• Support for developing „Smart City concepts“• Basics for monitoring• Basics for evaluation of future-projects and subsidies