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Lead Partner: Navarra Government
The building sector is the largest energy-consuming, accounting for over one-third of final energy consumption globally, being also an important source of CO2 emissions. Energy performance in this sector can be drastically improved through different measures, however measures should be implemented in a coordinated and holistic way, taking into account all aspects involved in the achievement of the low-carbon economy in order for them to go hand in hand with sustainable development strategies at the overall municipality/district. The overall objective of LC Districts is to improve regional development policies and programmes in the areas of building renovation and construction of energy efficient buildings, creation and renovation of district heating and other urban renovation actions, in order to facilitate the transition to low-carbon districts and municipalities. The interregional learning process will take place around three thematic areas: information and assessment methodologies and services for the design and implementation of low-carbon districts and municipalities; information and assessment structures at the municipality and district level; policies and programmes governance and management. The main outputs of the project will be: Method Guide, Diagnosis reports of the regional building, district heating and urban renovation sectors, Good Practice Guide, Policy Road Map, Regional Policy Briefs and Regional Action Plans with recommendations for integration into RIS3. Stakeholders benefiting from the project will be all actors in the construction, housing renovation, district heating and urban renovation sectors at the regional, national and EU level: regional, national and multinational industrial and service companies, industry associations and federations, clusters, SME specific associations, universities and RTOs, national, regional and local representatives of construction and housing authorities (ROP MA).
Rationalization of the regional technology transfer system by the creation and support of thematic regional innovation clusters, including NMP
Location: Abruzzo, Italy (Italia)
Project: NMP-REG
Development of digital networks in non-commercial areas. The projects are an example of good cooperation between municipality, County Council, SMEs, Telecom
Location: Trøndelag, Norway (Norge)
Project: DigiBEST
Wallonia European Creative District (WECD) is the EU-labelled project that highlighted Wallonia as a demonstrator for innovation through creativity.
Location: Prov. Namur, Belgium (Belgique-België)
Project: CREADIS3
The ‘Touristic District of Molise Orientale’ is formed from 40 municipalities of south-east Molise Region for cultural resources management.
Location: Abruzzo, Italy (Italia)
Project: HERICOAST
Lahti Energia, owned by the city of Lahti, replaces its old coal power plant with a new biomass burning heat plant freeing the company entirely from coal use.
Location: Etelä-Suomi, Finland (Suomi)
Project: RESINDUSTRY
25/09/2018
Spain is the other country that takes some action in our project and its represented by the PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF GRANADA. Granada s the capital city of the pr...
Type: Project
21/02/2018
Regional meeting on regional technological roadmaps updating proposed by Technolgical Districts within the framework of RIS3.
Type: Project
Submitted by: Mohan Gandhi, 08/02/2021
Liquid cooling becomes increasingly popular as the go-to cooling technique in Data centers. On top of that, liquid cooling offers a great opportunity for a circular economy solution as the waste heat stored in the water could be used for district heating purposes. The main problem however is that this heat is difficult to capture and reuse. Therefore, we want to develop an efficient way to reuse this excess heat.
Submitted by: Léonard Lévêque, 03/02/2017
Cities are subject to particular micro-climate, characterized by a temperature near the floor generally warmer in urban centers than in peripheral areas. The phenomenon is called urban heat island (UHI). The formation and intensivity of the UHI depend on several variables, to begin with the meteorological condition. Differences in temperature between a city and rural areas appear by clear weather with a little wind and are in general more marked at the beginning of the night.