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Presentation at: NordicEdge 2021 Smart City Research Symposium | Workshop: Positive Energy Districts as vehicle towards smart and sustainable cities | 22.09.2021
Dirk Ahlers, Annemie Wyckmans
NTNU – Smart Sustainable Cities Group

Presentation at: NordicEdge 2021 Smart City Research Symposium | Workshop: Positive Energy Districts as vehicle towards smart and sustainable cities | 22.09.2021
Dirk Ahlers, Annemie Wyckmans
NTNU – Smart Sustainable Cities Group

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Challenges in Replication and Scaling of PEDs – Technical and Organisational Partnerships - NordicEdge2021

  1. 1. Limerick · Trondheim · Alba Iulia · Písek · Sestao · Smolyan · Võru Challenges in Replication and Scaling of PEDs – Technical and Organisational Partnerships This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824260. NordicEdge 2021 Smart City Research Symposium | Workshop: Positive Energy Districts as vehicle towards smart and sustainable cities | 22.09.2021 Dirk Ahlers, Annemie Wyckmans NTNU – Smart Sustainable Cities Group https://cityxchange.eu/ | https://www.ntnu.edu/smartcities
  2. 2. Cities
  3. 3. Consortium
  4. 4. City-Driven System Transition to Positive Energy Blocks & Local Energy Transition
  5. 5. PEDs should be inherently designed for scalability • Starting from the idea of plus local generation • Localised response to the European Energy Transition • PED as process, not state • Scaling by • Growing PEDs • Starting new PEDs • Annual positive energy balance ➜ Surplus energy generated needs to be shared with neighbours or the outside system ➜ PEDs can “carry” lower efficiency areas
  6. 6. Technical challenges • Demo projects, first of a kind • Co-creating future energy systems • Cross-partner and cross-sector innovation • Integration and agreement between building owners, energy companies, suppliers, system developers and integrators, municipalities, tenants, citizens, external actors, etc. • Ambition to build replicable solutions • Investment and business models • Regulatory mechanisms for sandboxes/pilots
  7. 7. Scaling
  8. 8. Starting from hubs Powerhouse Brattøra, Trondheim [www.powerhouse.no] Gardens International, Limerick [www.limerick.ie] Calle Txabarri, Sestao [www.sestaoberri.eus] Lysgården, Sluppen, Trondheim [www.lysgarden.no]
  9. 9. Quadruple Helix Innovation Model • Method used in Innovation, Urban Planning/Development, Citizen engagement • Co-Creation and Open Innovation • Involvement and collaboration of relevant actors • Structural changes beyond any one segment • Smart city means involvement of all stakeholders in urban innovation, knowledge sharing, collaboration Participatory Innovation Industry Academia Civil Society Government
  10. 10. Actors and context boundaries Smart City Company 1 Real Estate Energy/ Utility Company Company ... Academia Municipality National Actors City networks European Actors Company 3 Citizens Civil society Tenants
  11. 11. Strategy alignment: Bold City Vision Framework [D3.1 Framework for Bold City Vision, Guidelines, and Incentive Schemes, https://cityxchange.eu/knowledge-base/framework-for-bold-city-vision-guidelines-and- incentive-schemes/ ]
  12. 12. Building local partnerships Example: Trondheim Innovation Lab: TK + NTNU Innovation Lab: TK + Building Owner + Area redevelopment Innovation Lab: TK + Real Estate Bytorget: TK + TRD3.0 + UN Centre PEB: Real Estate, multiple building owners, DSO, heating, Powerhouse, flexibility markets, regulatory sandboxes, mobility, e-buses, future e-ferries, linked energy projects, … Campus: Multiple research departments, facility management, mobility, campus development Building owner, private tenants, link with PEBs Replication cases with multiple owners, multiple projects Building owners & real estate, ownership structures, commercial tenants, rental and el agreements, small industry, area development, mobility, heating, buildings for flexibility market, …
  13. 13. Knowledge sharing SCIS Citizen Engagement Solution booklet, SCIS PED Solution booklet [https://smart-cities- marketplace.ec.europa.eu/insights/solutions] [https://cityxchange.eu/knowledge-base/] • Co-Creation and Open Innovation • Involvement of all stakeholders in urban innovation, knowledge sharing, collaboration • “Open by Default” • cityxchange.eu/knowledge-base/
  14. 14. Q&A Dr. Dirk Ahlers dirk.ahlers@ntnu.no https://www.ntnu.edu/smartcities Website: cityxchange.eu KB: cityxchange.eu/knowledge-base/ Twitter @plusCities Mail: info@cityxchange.eu

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