This “silo-like” approach prevents energy utilities and city planners from: a) identifying opportunities of synergy among the networks, as to increase reliability and robustness of energy supply; b) optimally planning heavy infrastructure investments, thus taking into account future energy demand evolutions while avoiding oversizing. IntegrCiTy’s overall aim is to foster energy networks interoperability either in existing or future urban infrastructures by developing a dedicated decision-support tool, that shall be applied and tested/validated in three Swiss and Swedish cities.
IntegrCiTy – Decision-support environment for planning and integrating multi-energy networks and low-carbon resources in cities
Contact: Dr. Massimiliano Capezzali, HEIG-VD
Budget: 1.484.776 EUR
Partners: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), AEE INTEC, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, City of Vevey, HES-SO Valais-Wallis, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Centre de Recherches Energétiques et Municipales (CREM), Romande Energie SA, Hoval Austria, Europe Power Solution AB, Office Cantonal de l’Energie (Canton de Genève), Veolia Sverige AB, Services Industriels de Genève (SIG), Holdigaz SA, Riksbyggen, ElectriCity, City of Stockholm