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  • 1. 2013-06-02Stockholm Royal SeaportEmilie Zetterström,Communication’s managerCommunication’s managerStockholm Royal Seaport Innovation
  • 2. Stockholm is growing2013-06-02
  • 3. NORRADJURGÅRDSSTADEN2013-06-02
  • 4. NORRADJURGÅRDSSTADEN2013-06-02
  • 5. Oil depotContainerterminalPortsTransforming a brown field area 2013…2013-06-02PortsPower plantGasworks
  • 6. …2030 A world-class sustainable city district12,000 new homes30,000 new workspaces600,000 m2commercial spacecommercial spaceModern port andcruise terminal263 hectaresWalking distanceto city centre
  • 7. Development of a modern city portThe pier will be extendedwith 85 000m2New size 131 000m24 million passengers4 million passengers1,6 milllion tonne goods1 800 new residential units600 000 m2 offices andcommercial space
  • 8. Hjorthagen – 6 000 new flats and the Gasworkarea2013-06-02
  • 9. First moving in October 2012
  • 10. Future meets the history530 apartmentsConstruction start: 2015Occupancy: 2017-2018
  • 11. Transforming a gaswork area
  • 12. 2013-06-02
  • 13. 40 developers and 30 architechts2013-06-02
  • 14. 40 developers and 30 architechts2013-06-02
  • 15. 40 developers and 30 architechts2013-06-02
  • 16. 40 developers and 30 architechts2013-06-02
  • 17. Sustainable profileVisionStockholm Royal Seaport isa world-class sustainablecity districtGoalsGoalsBy 2030, free of fossil fuelsand climate+Adapted to climate changeHigh ecological, social and economical goals
  • 18. Focus areasSustainable energy useSustainable transportSustainable buildingsRecycling systemsRecycling systemsSustainable living and workingClimate adaptation andurban green structure
  • 19. 55 kWhper m2 and year (residents)– low energy houses towards plusEnergy requirement – on developers– low energy houses towards plushouses
  • 20. Sustainable transportMinimising transport needWalking & bikingPublic transportCar-pool (biogas & electrical)Private cars (biogas &electrical)TRAFFIC HIERARCHY
  • 21. • More humid climate• Preventive planning ofbuildings & infrastructure• Storm water as a resourceAdaptation to climate change• Climate adaption• Social recreation• Biological diversity
  • 22. 2013-06-02
  • 23. Automated system for collecting wasteSelf-emptying litter binsWeighing of the individual waste disposalsEfficient handling of solid wasteWeighing of the individual waste disposals
  • 24. Stockholm Royal SeaportInnovationThe City ofStockholmAcademia Companies• Innovation arena• Communication &external visits• Internationalcollaboration
  • 25. R&D projetsSmart grid > FortumSmart communication > EricssonSmart waste collection system > EnvacSmart ICT for living & working > SwedishICTSmart City SRS > The City of StockholmSmart City SRS > The City of StockholmC/O City > The City of StockholmClimate+ Development Programwith CCI > The City of Stockholm
  • 26. Fortum is developing Smart grid• Active houses for activecustomers• A more solid and robustelectricity grid2013-06-02• Smart grid lab collecting fordemand respond data tocustomers• New regulation policy• An electrified port
  • 27. Thank you!2013-06-02www.stockholmroyalseaport.comwww.facebook.com/stockholmroyalseaportinnovation

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