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A Tale of Renewed Cities
A policy guide on how to transform
cities by improving energy efficiency in
urban transport syste...
A Tale of Renewed Cities
A policy guide on how to transform cities by improving
energy efficiency in urban transport syste...
A Tale of Renewed CitiesA Tale of Renewed Cities
Source: UN DESA, 2012
Global Urban Population
A Tale of Renewed CitiesA Tale of Renewed Cities
Source: Smarter Cities Challenge
A Tale of Renewed CitiesA Tale of Renewed Cities
Centralised fuel production,
power and storage
Renewable energy resources...
A Tale of Renewed CitiesA Tale of Renewed Cities
A Tale of Renewed Cities
The Policy Pathway
Pathway to improve energy efficiency in
urban transport systems
Urban Transport ContextUrban Transport Context
Urban transport context
• Land-use and travel network
• Access and travel c...
Urban Transport ContextUrban Transport Context
Energy efficient transport systems generally pair well-developed urban
tran...
Three Renewed CitiesThree Renewed Cities
The Policy Pathway
Source: adapted from Rubinjoni, 2011.
The plan, implement, monitor and evaluate process
Plan
• Identify needs and define objectives
• Engage stakeholders early on
• Address potential barriers and
secure resourc...
Financing
Financing tools:
•Regulatory
•Land value capture
•Public private partners
•Multilateral banks
Source: Ang and Ma...
Implement
• Engage actors and implement measures
• Raise awareness and communicate targets
• Manage implementation process...
Monitor
• Collect, review and
disseminate data
Evaluate
• Analyse data and evaluate policy effects
• Adapt transport policy and plan next steps
Source: Centre for Transp...
Additional Resources
• IEA Policy Pathways
 Fuel Economy of Road Vehicles
 Joint Public-Private Approaches for Energy
Ef...
Contact
To download the pathway:
http://www.iea.org/tale-of-renewed-cities
Contact information:
International Energy Agenc...
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IEA Policy Pathway series, A Tale of Renewed Cities

  1. A Tale of Renewed Cities A policy guide on how to transform cities by improving energy efficiency in urban transport systems
  2. A Tale of Renewed Cities A policy guide on how to transform cities by improving energy efficiency in urban transport systems Maria van der Hoeven IEA Executive Director 10 July 2013
  3. A Tale of Renewed CitiesA Tale of Renewed Cities Source: UN DESA, 2012 Global Urban Population
  4. A Tale of Renewed CitiesA Tale of Renewed Cities Source: Smarter Cities Challenge
  5. A Tale of Renewed CitiesA Tale of Renewed Cities Centralised fuel production, power and storage Renewable energy resources EV Co-generation Smart energy system control Distributed energy resources Surplus heat H vehicle2 A sustainable energy system is a smarter, more unified and integrated energy system
  6. A Tale of Renewed CitiesA Tale of Renewed Cities
  7. A Tale of Renewed Cities
  8. The Policy Pathway Pathway to improve energy efficiency in urban transport systems
  9. Urban Transport ContextUrban Transport Context Urban transport context • Land-use and travel network • Access and travel choice • Travel demand management System efficiency framework • Optimal access and choice • Most efficienct mode, intensity and fuel
  10. Urban Transport ContextUrban Transport Context Energy efficient transport systems generally pair well-developed urban transport networks with policies and incentives to encourage efficient travel choices. Urban transport land-use and travel framework
  11. Three Renewed CitiesThree Renewed Cities
  12. The Policy Pathway Source: adapted from Rubinjoni, 2011. The plan, implement, monitor and evaluate process
  13. Plan • Identify needs and define objectives • Engage stakeholders early on • Address potential barriers and secure resources • Establish policy framework and action plan
  14. Financing Financing tools: •Regulatory •Land value capture •Public private partners •Multilateral banks Source: Ang and Marchal (OECD), forthcoming
  15. Implement • Engage actors and implement measures • Raise awareness and communicate targets • Manage implementation process Source: Beograd Land Development Public Agency (Beoland), 2012
  16. Monitor • Collect, review and disseminate data
  17. Evaluate • Analyse data and evaluate policy effects • Adapt transport policy and plan next steps Source: Centre for Transport Studies, Stockholm, 2011
  18. Additional Resources • IEA Policy Pathways  Fuel Economy of Road Vehicles  Joint Public-Private Approaches for Energy Efficiency Finance • IEA Technology Roadmaps  Biofuels for Transport  Electric and Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles  Electric Vehicle Initiative www.iea.org/tale-of-renewed-cities
  19. Contact To download the pathway: http://www.iea.org/tale-of-renewed-cities Contact information: International Energy Agency 9, rue de la Federation 75739 Paris Cedex 15, France John Dulac, Energy Analyst: john.dulac@iea.org

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