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Stockholm Royal Seaport

  1. 1. 2013-06-02Stockholm Royal SeaportEmilie Zetterström,Communication’s managerCommunication’s managerStockholm Royal Seaport Innovation
  2. 2. Stockholm is growing2013-06-02
  3. 3. NORRADJURGÅRDSSTADEN2013-06-02
  4. 4. NORRADJURGÅRDSSTADEN2013-06-02
  5. 5. Oil depotContainerterminalPortsTransforming a brown field area 2013…2013-06-02PortsPower plantGasworks
  6. 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. 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. 8. Hjorthagen – 6 000 new flats and the Gasworkarea2013-06-02
  9. 9. First moving in October 2012
  10. 10. Future meets the history530 apartmentsConstruction start: 2015Occupancy: 2017-2018
  11. 11. Transforming a gaswork area
  12. 12. 2013-06-02
  13. 13. 40 developers and 30 architechts2013-06-02
  14. 14. 40 developers and 30 architechts2013-06-02
  15. 15. 40 developers and 30 architechts2013-06-02
  16. 16. 40 developers and 30 architechts2013-06-02
  17. 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. 18. Focus areasSustainable energy useSustainable transportSustainable buildingsRecycling systemsRecycling systemsSustainable living and workingClimate adaptation andurban green structure
  19. 19. 55 kWhper m2 and year (residents)– low energy houses towards plusEnergy requirement – on developers– low energy houses towards plushouses
  20. 20. Sustainable transportMinimising transport needWalking & bikingPublic transportCar-pool (biogas & electrical)Private cars (biogas &electrical)TRAFFIC HIERARCHY
  21. 21. • More humid climate• Preventive planning ofbuildings & infrastructure• Storm water as a resourceAdaptation to climate change• Climate adaption• Social recreation• Biological diversity
  22. 22. 2013-06-02
  23. 23. Automated system for collecting wasteSelf-emptying litter binsWeighing of the individual waste disposalsEfficient handling of solid wasteWeighing of the individual waste disposals
  24. 24. Stockholm Royal SeaportInnovationThe City ofStockholmAcademia Companies• Innovation arena• Communication &external visits• Internationalcollaboration
  25. 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. 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. 27. Thank you!2013-06-02www.stockholmroyalseaport.comwww.facebook.com/stockholmroyalseaportinnovation

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