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Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)
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Heat and the City - David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)

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Presentation on the Heat and the City project given by David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)at the JISC GECO/STEEV Green Energy Tech Event (#e3vis) on Thursday 13th …

Presentation on the Heat and the City project given by David Hawkey, University of Edinburgh (http://www.heatandthecity.org.uk/)at the JISC GECO/STEEV Green Energy Tech Event (#e3vis) on Thursday 13th October 2011.

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  • 1. How to Build District Energy Systems<br />Dave Hawkey<br />Heat and the City<br />dave.hawkey@ed.ac.uk<br />
  • 2. Overview<br />Heat and the City project<br />What is district energy?<br />How to build a district energy system<br />
  • 3. RC-UK Heat and the City research<br />4 year, multi-disciplinary, collaborative research<br />Year 1: What works for urban DE systems<br />Case study and documentary research<br />Context mapping<br />Workshop on Municipal Leadership for DE<br />Years 2–4: Edinburgh and Glasgow: Councils, public, private and community sectors<br />
  • 4. What is District Energy?<br />
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  • 15. What is District Energy<br />Various configurations of diverse sets of components<br />Integrated perspective on energy demands of buildings<br />Tailored to local circumstances and opportunities<br />Range of scales – larger are more flexible and efficient<br />GHG emissions abatement, affordable heat, energy security, local regeneration<br />
  • 16. Spatio-temporal configuration<br />Where is heat demand high and dense?<br />How do temporal profiles compare?<br />Where can pipes be laid?<br />What heating systems are inside buildings<br />How long are buildings tied into current arrangements?<br />Where are new buildings being built?<br />How long can sources and subscribers be relied on?<br />…<br />
  • 17. Local Energy Governance and Organisation<br />Technical components<br />Users and producers (e.g. attitudes and inertia)<br />Local and cosmopolitan actors with different goals<br />Local authority departments (energy, planning, legal, &amp;c)<br />Finance<br />Governance model<br />Business model<br />Legal constraints<br />Local quasi-regulatory structures<br />Electricity markets<br />…<br />
  • 18. District energy champions inter alia<br />Need to understand and plan spatial layout of heat sources and demand on long timescales<br />Think big, start small<br />Build awareness and legitimacy for heat network among range of stakeholders<br />Recruit knowledge and financial resources<br />Are embedded in developing policy, infrastructure and market contexts<br />
  • 19. More…<br />www.heatandthecity.org.uk<br />

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