smart city sibiu

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SMART CITY SIBIU –PILOT PROJECT
CONTENT
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SMART CITY, element of SMART GRIDS
City of SIBIU - Statistics
Optimising Energy Systems
Pilot Project - Financing
Pilot Project implementation - Calendar
Developers’ Consortium
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1. SMART CITY - element of
SMART GRIDS
1.1. European Strategy
• 2020 - Confirmation of three 20% targets
• 2030 - The Power Sector reduces its carbon
footprint between 54 to 68%
• 2050 - A Roadmap for moving to a competitive
low carbon economy
- Reducing GHG emissions by 80-95%
- A fully decarbonised Power Sector
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1.2.SMART System of TOMOROW
Local Admin
School s
 Hospitals
 Services
T&G
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1.3. SMART CITY
• Frindliness towards the environment
• Use of information and communication
technologies as tools of smart management
• Ultimate goal of sustainable development
• Improves the quality of life and local
economy,trough moving towards a low carbon
future
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1.3 SMART CITY /2/
• SMART CITIES integrates in an innovative urban
paradigm energy efficiency,by promoting both
enviromental and economic sustainability.In a
SMART CITY infrastructres,service and
technologies together with the public and private
sector contribute in saving energy and reducing
CO2 emissions.
• SMART GRIDS are key to the development of
SMART CITIES
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1.4. CONCEPT of CITY SMARTNESS
City as a coordinator:
“integrated approach”
Third level
city
smartness
Second
level city
smartness
First level
city
smatness
City as a policy maker:
“governing the private urban
actors”
City as a public actor:
“leading by example”
Self-managing
actions
Managing
actions of
private actors
Managing
coordinative
action
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2.CITY of SIBIU -Statistics
POPULATION : 149 000
Electricity Consumption:
6768MWh
CHP PLANTS: 2
Administrativ
buildings,schools,HP,>500qm: 95
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3.OPTIMISING ENERGY SYSTEMS
3.1.Smart Grids technologies in Smart Cities
• Electronic meters
• Network automation
• Efficient public lighting
• Electric mobility
• Integration of renewable energy resources
• Energy storage systems
• Devices increasing consumer consumption
awareness
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3. OPTIMISING ENERGY SYSTEMS/2/
3.2.Building Stock Opportunities
• Thermal upgrade of the envelope of existing
buildings
• Upgrade of lighting in buildings
• Solar thermal for DHW
• Efficient boilers and chillers
• Heat pumps
• Passive buildings
• Smart metering
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3. OPTIMISING ENERGY SYSTEMS/3/
3.3 Transportation and Mobility Opportunities
• Lowering mobility needs
• Shift from individual to collective transport
• Soft modes of transportation
• Integration of EV in the urban environment
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3. OPTIMISING ENERGY SYSTEMS/4/
3.4.City management Opportunities
• Upgrade of street and traffic lighting
• CHP with district heating and cooling
• Electric production from RES in the urban
environment
• Development of SMART GRIDS
• ICT
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3. OPTIMISING ENERGY SYSTEMS/5/
3.5. ENERGY MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE
Renewable resourses
Buildings
CITY
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
CENTER
Energy Storage
Efficient
public lighting
Electric vehicle
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4. PILOT PROJECT FINANCING
4.1. EU-Financing
DG-INFSO-Research
OBJECTVE 6.5 Optimising Energy Systems in Smart
Cities
• Decision support and management and control
systems for energy-efficient neighbourhoods
• Validation phase in real- live environments in
least two cities
• Call openung:16.07.12 closing 27.11 .12
• Budget: 40 MEuro
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4. PILOT PROJECT FINANCING/2/
4.2. Cofinancing Opportunities
• Local Authorities
• Central Authorities
• Loans
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5. PILOT PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
CALENDAR
2012
Fesability
Study
2013
DG-INFSO
Evaluation
2013
Project
Design
2014-2015
Implementation
Developers'
Consortium
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6. DEVELOPERS’ CONSORTIUM
Sibiu Municipality
Romanian Energy Center
Tractebel Engineering
Emon Electric
ECRO
…..
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THANK YOU!
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www.crenerg.org
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