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1 R4E Energia teekaardid 2050 Tark ehitus Tark liikuvus 02.06.2016 Pille Arjakas, Tallinna Energiaagentuur

2 PLANNING INNOVATIVE ENERGY POLICIES Roadmaps for Energy (R4E) is an EU funded project under the Horizon 2020 programme that aims to develop a new type of energy strategy through visions and roadmaps for the 8 partner cities, in co- creation with relevant local stakeholders. The project focuses on three areas within the domain of sustainable energy that are closely linked to the municipalities main responsibilities: Smart buildings Smart mobility Smart urban spaces 1

3 Priority in Policy Which topics have the highest priority in the current policy: 2018 ambition: green capital of Europe (12 criteria, including public transportation, green areas, waste management) Green in the city: maintenance of trees (some over 500 years old), 25% of Tallinn is green with 60 parks, 51 fountains, 4 public beaches (of which two with a blue flag) Development of the sea shore: cruise tourism (world class cruise harbour), seaplane harbour, and opening of the city to the sea. Redevelopment of the public space: public and private, and tourist development Extension of Ülemiste as transport hub (tram, train etc.) 2

4 General Ambitions for the City Citizens of Tallinn and Estonia get high quality services (any kind) Transportation, education and important services for everyday life are available for everyone (e.g. schools) Grow the services that are free for citizens Compromise between city life (tourists) and residents Talsinki (connection to Helsinki): card & tunnel Governance structure with neighbouring municipalities Keep Estonian people in Tallinn Grow to 500.000 inhabitants Enjoy the advantages of being a small nation Tallinn as front-runner for openness Noise reduction and air pollution minimised 3

5 Specific ambitions for smart buildings 1. In 2050 the citizens of Tallinn have guaranteed affordable heating. More renewable sources for heat production, such as bio-fuels, and heat plants are used. The realised hospital is a demonstrator where a good climate is realised that is affordable in a smart way. 2. In 2050 all existing buildings in Tallinn are deeply renovated and modernised. They reach high energy classes and all energy systems are connected and online. Soviet time apartment blocks are either demolished or renovated. 3. In 2050 the people of Tallinn regard the city as being open to the sea. The sea is also used as a heating source for a CO2 neutral city. 4

6 Results ambition workshop strategy The aspects in the city the strategy department, integral project managers and departmental managers are most proud of: Already a few zero-energy buildings are realised. Many apartment buildings are renovated, both facade and installations. Orphanage homes are renovated with heat pumps and solar panels. Almost all school buildings are renovated. Private owners are facilitated with loans and supported by the municipality to finance renovations on their homes and apartments. Houses have installed smart meters and internet-based monitoring tools for energy use. The climate stimulates to create heating systems, and wherethey are installed they are also used for central heating. Citizens are informed to understand how to safe energy and how to ‘deeply renovate’. The awareness is already high due to high energy costs. 5

7 Strategic ambitions for smart buildings 1. In 2050 we gained the knowledge and awareness to plan the city of Tallinn as an energy efficient smart city. Aspirations: Integral and smart planning and political support Smart politicians Good thinking, financing and political willingness for smart city Integrated planning City planning takes into account energy efficiency (location to the carbon footprint) More cooperation between city planning and universities 6

8 Strategic ambitions for smart buildings 2. In 2050 all energy used in buildings comes from renewable sources. Smart materials and equipment are applied to save energy. Aspirations: Renewable energy and smart materials Energy efficient buildings use renewable energy sources More renewable energy in local and districts heating A lot (too much) green energy Smart and energy saving materials 7

9 Strategic ambitions for smart buildings 3. In 2050 all buildings and districts in Tallinn use zero-energy. The heritage and history of older buildings is respected, also when new purpose is given to buildings. Aspirations Zero energy buildings and districts A lot of zero energy using buildings New city districts are energy efficient Practical methods for planning time (so home offices or travelling is better) Smart grids 8

10 High Lights The aspects in the city the external stakeholders and strategic partners are most proud of: The Estonian renovation grand system for energy performance The Estonian energy dynamics simulation system The ministry of Estonia is prioritising and working on energy efficiency activities Tallinn municipality is currently working on renovation projects The cooperation in the granting system for apartment blocks The Rotermann Quarter is a pearl in the city, a nice environment in a residential area The diversity of the dwelling stock Efficient use of resources in ongoing pilot projects UUSLINNA: the first area to realise zero-energy A new Horizon 2020 project focussing on energy efficiency in buildings and also looking into behavioural aspects as indicators for energy use Good urban transport system Prioritising and supporting the public transport system Smart Apps in Tallinn (taxi’s, maps, etc.) 9

11 Appreciate cultural and historical buildings and re-purpose of buildings Tallinn still has old town centre that has to stay the same, but then renovated All older buildings are renovated and newly build houses are green buildings Reusing materials and buildings Re-use and good purpose for “ empty’ spaces 10

12 Smart monitoring and control (internet) The energy use of buildings are controlled over the internet and the micro-climate in each room meets the requirements and demands at that moment Buildings are comfortable and sustainable thorough long distance remote control and automated systems Internet of things Awareness and cooperation for energy aware behaviour All citizens in Tallinn know and act energy friendly More cooperation between stakeholders 11

13 Specific ambitions for smart mobility 1. In 2050 the green card for free public transport is used widely, not only in Estonia, but also in Helsinki. 2. In 2050 the city scape is more dense, more functions are available within easy reach. More priority is given to pedestrians ‘above the ground’. Space is freed up for buildings and places by putting transportation underground (e.g. parking). The city is build in a way that it enables to use foot, bike and public transport. 3. In 2050 the bicycle routes in the city are connected. The number of streets in the city centre that are pedestrian-only is increased. Tram and bus provide good connections to the centre. Car use is discouraged through limitations in lanes and parking fees. There is more lively boat traffic and water taxis. 12

14 Strategic ambitions for smart mobility 1. In 2050 the connections in the city centre of Tallinn and to theneighbourhoods are very good, so all people can reach their destination fast with public transportation (in less time than cars). 2. In 2050 the public transportation system around the Baltic Sea is integrated in such a way that it is simple, comfortable, cheap/free, clean and fast. 3. In 2050 Tallinn is a liveable city where citizens get their services in walking/biking distance or at home. The is planned for humans: user friendly facilities and more green areas invite more sustainable behaviour. People choose to walk/bike to commute. 13

15 High Lights The aspects in the city the external stakeholders and strategic partners are most proud of: Free public transport Several options for public transport New ticket system Options for walking New trams and renovated tramlines Dedicated bus lanes Free parking Smart park & ride system Smart parking (95%) The way of policy making and agreements Pedestrian friendly city centre Local activism (e.g. cyclists) Helsinki-Tallinn twin-city concept 14

16 Aspirations More and better urban space: More green space in the city Cleaner air Waterfront is mostly public area Less cars and more street space for walkers, cyclists Liveable streets and high quality public spaces Sunday car-free streets City opened to the sea: shopping, cafés, parks, port for yachts Liveable streets, 0-traffic fatalities / injuries Tourist and pedestrian friendly city Car-free city centre Enjoyable environment 1 ticket system for Estonia + integrated with road charging More space for people and less for cars Traffic does not dominate urban space, streets are for living, mobility is on background 30% cycling, 30% walking, 30% public transport, 10% car Car ownership, use and parking reduced 3* 15

17 Rohkem informatsiooni: http://roadmapsforenergy.eu/ 16

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