Urban Energy Transition, second edition, is the definitive science and practice-based compendium of energy transformations in the global urban system. This volume is a timely and rich resource for all, as citizens, companies and their communities, from remote villages to megacities and metropolitan regions, rapidly move away from fossil fuel and nuclear power, to renewable energy as civic infrastructure investment, source of revenue and prosperity, and existential resilience strategy.
- Covers technical, financial, systems, urban planning and design, landscape, mapping and modelling, and sociological issues related to urban renewable energy transformations
- Presents city-wide renewable energy strategies and urban thermal performance planning, sector coupling, and smart distributed renewable energy and storage systems
- Examines individual and mass transport systems in the contexts of urban mobility trends and energy innovations
- Explains successful innovations in solar bond finance, blockchain technology enabled peer-to-peer renewable energy trading systems, and the case for renewable energy based regional monetary systems
- Features foci on societal, community and user enabling aspects such as energy justice, prosperity and democracy, and urban renewable energy legislation, programs and incentives
- Includes analytic case insights into successful practices from around the globe that provide local, regional and country-specific governance and organizational perspectives
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Introduction and overview:
The Great Transformation: Cities and Regions Embracing Renewable Energy Peter Droege
1 DESIGNING THE ESSENTIAL CITY 1.1 The Renewable Cities Revolution Peter Newman 1.2 Utilizing the Urban Fabric as the Solar Power Plant of the Future John Byrne, Job Taminiau 1.3 Sustainable Neighborhood Design in Tropical Climates Federico M. Butera 1.4 Solar for Gaza: An Energetic Framework for Renewable Peace and Prosperity for Gaza and Its Greater Region Peter Droege, Sherman Teichman, Cody Valdes 1.5 The 100% Renewable Energy Metropolis: Governing the Design of Cities for Renewable Energy Infrastructures Anis Radzi 1.6 Renewable Wilhelmsburg, Hamburg, Germany: Using the International Building Exhibition to Fight Climate Change Uli Hellweg 1.7 Buildings as Renewable Power Plants: Active Houses for the Electric City Werner Sobek 1.8 Space, Place, and Energy: Perspectives on the Energetic Design of Cities and Regions Sören Schöbel 1.9 The Electric Highway: Intelligent Infrastructures for Kinetic Cities Deborah Ascher Barnstone, Robert V. Barnstone
2 SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES 2.1 Reducing Passenger Transport Energy Use in Cities: A Comparative Perspective on Private and Public Transport Energy Use in American, Canadian, Australian, European and Asian Cities Jeffrey R. Kenworthy 2.2 Transport and Mobility Trends in Beijing and Shanghai: Implications for Urban Passenger Transport Energy Transitions Worldwide Yuan Gao, Jeffrey R. Kenworthy, Peter Newman, Weixing Gao 2.3 Urban Energy Storage and Sector Coupling Ingo Stadler, Michael Sterner 2.4 The Urban Energy Transition: Pathways to Climate Neutrality in Our Cities Bernd Hirschl 2.5 Thermal City: Comprehensive Guide to the Heating and Cooling of Urban Areas Wolfram Sparber, Roberto Fedrizzi, Chiara Dispasquale 2.6 Implementing the Heating Sector Transition in Our Cities
Challenges and Problem-Solving Approaches Based on the Example of Municipalities in Germany Julika Weiß, Elisa Dunkelberg, Bernd Hirschl 2.7 Renewable Malls: Transforming Shopping Centres Into Flexible, Decarbonized Urban Energy Assets Grazia Barchi, David Moser, Roberto Lollini 2.8 Photovoltaic City: Effective Approaches to Integrated Urban Solar Power David Moser, Marco Lovati, Laura Maturi 2.9 Wiring the Southeast Asian City: Lessons From Urban Solar Applications in the Philippines Jessie L. Todoc 2.10 Conceptualizing the Urban Nexus framework for a Circular Economy: Linking Energy, Water, Food, and Waste in Southeast-Asian cities Steffen Lehmann
3 INVESTMENT, FINANCE, TARIFFS AND VALUE 3.1 The Untouched Market: Distributed Renewable Energy in Multitenanted Buildings and Communities Jemma Green, David Martin, Meagan Cojocar 3.2 Canberra-Renewable Energy Leader Greg Buckman, Dorte Ekelund, Stephen Bygrave, Jon Sibley, Megan Ward 3.3 An Integrative Business Model for Net-Zero Energy Districts Victor Olgyay, Iain Campbell 3.4 Value-Added and Employment Effects of Renewable Energies and the Energy-Efficiency Refurbishment of Existing Housing-Case Study: Berlin, Germany Katharina Heinbach, Bernd Hirschl, Steven Salecki 3.5 Multiple Benefits of Smart Urban Energy Transition Adriano Bisello, Daniele Vettorato 3.6 Renewable Energy: Stabilising Money and Society Shann Turnbull
4 GOVERNANCE, COMMUNITY AND PLANNING 4.1 Smart Guidance: Governing the Urban Energy Transition Jörg Knieling, Katharina Lange 4.2 Reaching 100% Renewable Energy: Lessons Learned from Aspen, Colorado Joyce McLaren 4.3 Sustainable Energy Transitions in Sub-Saharan African Cities: The Role of Local Government Simon Bawakyillenuo, Mark Olweny, Megan Anderson, Mark Borchers 4.4 Sustainable Energy Transitions in South African Cities: Reflections on Enablers of Change Over the Past Two Decades Megan Euston-Brown, Mark Borchers 4.5 Building Regenerative Regions Rapidly: The STAR Energy Model as Regional Planning Tool Peter Droege, Dieter D. Genske, Ariane Ruff, Matthias Schwarze 4.6 Urban Energy Masterplanning-Approaches, Strategies, and Methods for the Energy Transition in Cities Andy Van Den Dobbelsteen, Rob Roggema, Nico Tillie, Siebe Broersma, Michiel Fremouw, Craig Lee Martin 4.7 Modeling and Mapping Domestic Energy Refurbishment Measures on a Community Scale Rajat Gupta, Matt Gregg
Peter Droege directs the Liechtenstein Institute for Strategic Development, the global advisory and research organization for the rapid transition to regenerative communities, cities, regions and infrastructure. Professor Droege serves also as President of Eurosolar, the European Association for Renewable Energy, and as General Chairman, World Council for Renewable Energy. A recipient of the European Solar Prize in Education, Peter Droege initiated the Chair for Sustainable Spatial Development at the University of Liechtenstein while holding a Conjoint Professorship at the Faculty of Engineering, School of Architecure and the Built Environment, University of Newcastle, Australia. An inaugural member of the Zayed Future Energy Prize jury and Expert Commissioner for Cities and Climate Change for the World Future Council he also served on the Steering Committee of the Urban Climate Change Research Network hosted at Columbia University's Goddard Institute for Space Studies and CUNY. He has taught and researched at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's School of Architecture and Planning, at Tokyo University as Endowed Chair in Urban Engineering at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, and as Lend Lease Chair of Urban Design at the University of Sydney. Professor Droege has authored or edited numerous books, including Intelligent Environments (Elsevier 1997), Urban Energy Transition, 1st Edition: From Fossil Fuels to Renewable Power (Elsevier 2008), The Renewable City (Wiley 2006), 100% Renewable - Energy Autonomy in Action (Earthscan 2009 and Routledge 2014), Climate Design (ORO Editions 2010), Regenerative Region: Lake Constance Energy and Climate Atlas (oekom verlag 2014), co-editing Regenerative Räume (oekom verlag 2017).