MAKING-CITY is a large-scale demonstration project, coordinated by CARTIF whose main objective is to achieve low-carbon cities thanks to the development of strategies aimed at transforming the urban energy system, taking the Positive Energy Districts (PED) concept as a reference.
Groningen (Netherlands) and Oulu (Finland) are the two lighthouse cities responsible for demonstrating the objectives of the project. In addition, 6 other cities – Leon (Spain), Bassano del Grappa (Italy), Kadiköy (Turkey), Trencin (Slovakia), Vidin (Bulgaria) and Lublin (Poland) – will work on the replicability of the demonstrated solutions and the 8 cities of the project will develop their long-term city plans (city vision 2050).
- Demonstration of the PED concept in Groningen and Oulu.
- Procedure for the definition of PED concept.
- Replicate the PED concept developed in MAKING-CITY in the 6 Follower cities.
- Methodologies for long term urban planning and definition of City Vision 2050 for all the cities of the project.
- Monitoring and evaluation programme for the implemented actions.
- Innovative business models for the development of PED.
- Energy efficient building retrofitting.
- Integration of renewable energy sources (PV, solar thermal, geothermal, heat pumps).
- Energy storage and heat recovery.
- Integration of electric vehicle charging points.
- ICT urban platform.
- Social acceptance and citizen participation.
- Energy surplus of 350MWh/year in the 60,200m2 of retrofitted district.
- Reduction of more than 1,400t of CO2 during the project and improvement of air quality.
- Increase of renewables contribution (80%), heat recovery and integration of energy storage technologies.
- Increase self-consumption and energy efficiency at district level.
- Installation of electric mobility solutions.
- More than 4,000 new jobs.
|ENERGY VALLEY||WAARBORG MEDIACENTRALE|
|STICHTING NIJESTEE||CGI NEDERLAND|
|SUSTAINBLE BUILDINGS||UNIVERSITY OF GRONINGEN|
|HANZEHOGESCHOOL GRONINGEN||CITY OF OULU|
|CITY OF BASSANO DEL GRAPPA||UNIVERSITY OF OULU|
|UNISMART||LEÓN CITY COUNCIL|
|KADIKOY CITY COUNCIL||DEMIR ENERJI|
|CITY OF TRENCIN||SLOVAK UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY IN BRATISLAVA|
|VIDIN CITY COUNCIL||GREEN SYNERGY CLUSTER|
|CITY OF LUBLIN||LGI CONSULTING|
|R2M SOLUTION||GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL – SPAIN|
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