The project will help increase knowledge on reciprocities and beneficial interactions of spatial aspects of urban developments, energy and mobility infrastructures. To do so research is related to real-life urban developments and stakeholders in four different locations. Based upon in-depth modelling and action research with stakeholders it will provide guidelines to support informed decision making, to be applied in other developments throughout Europe.
SPACERGY – Space-Energy patterns for smart energy infrastructures, community reciprocities & related governance
Contact: Prof.dr.ir. Arjan van Timmeren, Delft University of Technology
Budget: 1.108.624 EUR
Partners: Delft University of Technology, Bergen University College, ETH Zurich,
Municipality of Zurich, Municipality of Almere, Municipality of Bergen, The Public Road
Administration of Norway, Municipality of Brescia, AMS Institute