EU-GUGLE: A sustainable renovation for smarter cities from a pilot project

Naomi Morishita, Michael Heidenreich, Rosa Hemmers, Maria Vankann, Tiina Sahakari, Terttu Vainio, Lorenzo Pagliano, Martin Treberspurg, Doris Österreicher

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    Abstract

    The European building stock is mature, and expanding cities need inclusive and innovative renovation solutions for all citizens while intensifying city densification. The European project EU-GUGLE aims to reduce primary energy consumption by 40-80 % and increase renewable energy use by 25 % through nearly zero-energy building renovation models for initiating large-scale, Europe-wide replication in cities and communities. About 200,000 m2 of residential and public buildings are being refurbished by implementing a balanced mix of technical, socio-economic, and financial solutions adapted to local needs. Six EU partner cities are participating, each revitalizing an urban district: Aachen, Bratislava, Milan, Sestao, Tampere, and Vienna. The comprehensive integrated approach used in EU-GUGLE is in line with the European Smart City initiative, and each participating city has created nearly zero-energy Smart City master plans based upon lowest-energy thermal renovations coupled with innovative renewable energy services incorporating every aspect of smart district life. All stages of the planning, construction, and post-occupancy phases of the large-scale district renewals are being documented, monitored, and evaluated to create sustainable district renovation methodologies for "smart renovations for smart cities" to meet the objectives of the European Commission's Smart Cities and Communities Initiative for reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 40 % within the European Union by 2020. The paper outlines the approach each city has taken and highlights case studies of the individual solutions created in three of the six cities.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSmart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions
    PublisherSpringer
    Pages353-382
    Number of pages30
    ISBN (Electronic)9783319448992
    ISBN (Print)9783319448985
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2016
    MoE publication typeD2 Article in professional manuals or guides or professional information systems or text book material
    Event1st International conference on Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions, SSPCR 2015 - Bolzano/Bozen, Italy
    Duration: 19 Nov 201520 Nov 2015

    Publication series

    SeriesGreen Energy and Technology
    ISSN1865-3529

    Conference

    Conference1st International conference on Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions, SSPCR 2015
    Abbreviated titleSSPCR 2015
    CountryItaly
    CityBolzano/Bozen
    Period19/11/1520/11/15

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    Thermal energy
    Gas emissions
    Densification
    Greenhouse gases
    Energy utilization
    Planning
    Economics
    Smart city
    European Union

    Keywords

    • Low-energy renovation
    • Pilot project
    • Renewable energies
    • Smart city
    • Social housing

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    Morishita, N., Heidenreich, M., Hemmers, R., Vankann, M., Sahakari, T., Vainio, T., ... Österreicher, D. (2016). EU-GUGLE: A sustainable renovation for smarter cities from a pilot project. In Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions (pp. 353-382). Springer. Green Energy and Technology https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-44899-2_21
    Morishita, Naomi ; Heidenreich, Michael ; Hemmers, Rosa ; Vankann, Maria ; Sahakari, Tiina ; Vainio, Terttu ; Pagliano, Lorenzo ; Treberspurg, Martin ; Österreicher, Doris. / EU-GUGLE : A sustainable renovation for smarter cities from a pilot project. Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions. Springer, 2016. pp. 353-382 (Green Energy and Technology).
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    Morishita N, Heidenreich M, Hemmers R, Vankann M, Sahakari T, Vainio T et al. EU-GUGLE: A sustainable renovation for smarter cities from a pilot project. In Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions. Springer. 2016. p. 353-382. (Green Energy and Technology). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-44899-2_21