Supporting urban decision-making processes through supply-side technologies characterisation

C. Rodriguez Alonso, A. Quijano, E. Vallejo Ortega, A. Huovila, T. Molteni, E. Croci, I. Urkola

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Abstract

The MAtchUP project (Maximizing the Upscaling and replication potential of high level urban transformation strategies) developed an urban transformation methodology for sustainable city planning, based on demand-side and supply-side characterisations. The supply-side characterisation is based on the Smart City Technology Packages (SCTP), which are groups of solutions from those demonstrated in the Lighthouse cities of the Project, selected based on their replication potential and with the aim to maximise the impact of MAtchUP actions. The SCTPs are organised in the three main pillars of energy, mobility and ICT (information and communication technologies), and its characterisation includes three main fields: a general description (including reasons for implementing the technologies, barriers and benefits), operational model (analysing business models’ archetype, cost structure and financial model), and impact assessment (in the fields of environment, economy and social). Such characterisation is done under common criteria, which allows comparisons among SCTPs. The supply-side methodology included also a PESTEL (political, economic, social, technological, environmental, legal) analysis done by each city in order to evaluate the viability of each SCTP under those circumstances of the city, to finally obtain the most suitable set of solutions to implement.

Original languageEnglish
Article number082035
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Volume2600
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
Event2023 International Conference on the Built Environment in Transition, CISBAT 2023 - Hybrid, Lausanne, Switzerland
Duration: 13 Sept 202315 Sept 2023

Funding

This work has been developed in the framework of the collaborative project called “MAtchUP: MAximizing the Upscaling and replication potential of high level urban transformation strategies”, funded by the H2020 programme under Grant Agreement: 774477.

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