Positive energy districts solution booklet

Han Vandevyvere (Editor), Dirk Ahlers (Contributor), Beril Alpagut (Contributor), Veronika Cerna (Contributor), Vincenzo Cimini (Contributor), Sindi Haxhija (Contributor), Mari Hukkalainen (Contributor), Michal Kuzmic (Contributor), Klaus Livik (Contributor), Marilisa Padilla (Contributor), Marije Poel (Contributor), Cecilia Sanz Montalvillo (Contributor), Socrates Schouten (Contributor), Marit Teigen Myrstad (Contributor), Mark van Wees (Contributor), Karen Williams (Contributor), Annemie Wyckmans (Contributor), Andrea Gabaldon (Contributor), Nora Fernandez Perez (Contributor), Sari Hirvonen Kantola (Contributor)Sophie Dourlens, Els Struiving

    Research output: Book/ReportReport

    Abstract

    Positive Energy Districts (PEDs) are gaining importance, both as urban innovation labs and as concrete, on-the-ground projects for creating future proof, energy-positive and climate-neutral urban living environments. Where do they come from and why should one have one or more PEDs developed in one’s own city?
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherEuropean Union
    Number of pages63
    Publication statusPublished - Nov 2020
    MoE publication typeD4 Published development or research report or study

    Keywords

    • smart city
    • PED

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