Subtask C: Case studies and action research

Lesson Learned from Case Studies of Solar Energy in Urban Planning
Lesson Learned from Case Studies of Solar Energy in Urban Planning
April 2018 - PDF 31.51MB
By: Olaf Bruun Jørgensen, Silvia Croce, Johan Dahlberg, Aymeric Delmas, Pietro Florio, François Garde, Jianqing He, Miljana Horvat, Jouri Kanters, Karin Kappel, Margarethe Korolkow, Carmel Lindkvist, Gabriele Lobaccaro, Marja Lundgren, Anne Monnier, Marlene Moore, Maria Cristina Munari Probst, Emilie Nault, Romain Nouvel, Rossana Paparella, Alexandre Pavlovski, Giuseppe Peronato, Christina S. Polo López, Christian Roecker, Alessandra Scognamiglio, Tanja Siems, Katharina Simon, Simon Stendorf Sørensen, Daniele Vettorato, Daiva Walangitang, Maria Wall, Annemie Wyckmans, Isa Zanetti
Editor: Gabriele Lobaccaro, Carmel Lindkvist & Maria Wall
Publisher: IEA SHC Task 51
Document Number: Task 51/Report C3

This report (C3) presents lessons learnt drawn from the case studies within Task 51 presented in Report C1 and Report C2. The lessons learnt are divided into ten categories. Each category includes lessons learnt for the environments 1) new urban areas, 2) existing urban areas and 3) landscapes. Target groups are 1) citizens, 2) education actors, 3) professionals and stakeholders and 4) politicians and decision makers.

National and International Comparison of Case Studies on Solar Energy in Urban Planning
National and International Comparison of Case Studies on Solar Energy in Urban Planning
January 2018 - PDF 32.13MB
By: Olaf Bruun Jørgensen, Silvia Croce, Johan Dahlberg, Aymeric Delmas, François Garde, Simone Giostra, Jianqing He, Miljana Horvat, Jouri Kanters, Karin Kappel, Margarethe Korolkow, Carmel Lindkvist, Gabriele Lobaccaro, Marja Lundgren, Anne Monnier, Marlene Moore, Emilie Nault, Romain Nouvel, Rossana Paparella, Alexandre Pavlovski, Giuseppe Peronato, Christina S. Polo López, Alessandra Scognamiglio, Tanja Siems, Katharina Simon, Simon Stendorf Sørensen, Daniele Vettorato, Daiva Walangitang, Maria Wall, Annemie Wyckmans, Isa Zanetti
Editor: Gabriele Lobaccaro, Carmel Lindkvist & Maria Wall
Document Number: Task 51/Report C2

This report presents 14 comparisons among the case studies collected in the Task 51/Report C1. The case studies represent new urban areas, existing urban areas and landscapes. The comparisons concern 1) scale and planning process, 2) legislation and technology and 3) targets and goals. Each comparison provides lessons learnt and recommendations for the different target groups, such as urban planners, architects, researchers and urban stakeholders involved in the planning process.

Illustrative Prospective of Solar Energy in Urban Planning
Illustrative Prospective of Solar Energy in Urban Planning
Collection of International Case Studies
June 2017 - PDF 75.37MB
By: Olaf Bruun Jørgensen, Mauro Caini, Silvia Croce, Johan Dahlberg, Aymeric Delmas, Pietro Florio, Francesco Frontini, François Garde, Markus Gratzl, Virginie Grosdemouge, Caroline Hachem-Vermette, Mats Hachem-Åberg, Jianqing He, Miljana Horvat, Jouri Kanters, Karin Kappel, Margarethe Korolkow, Carmel Lindkvist, Gabriele Lobaccaro, Marja Lundgren, Thomas Mach, Michael Malderle, Christophe Menezo, Anne Monnier, Marlene Moore, Maria Cristina Munari Probst, Marjorie Musy, Emilie Nault, Hans-Martin Neumann, Romain Nouvel, Rossana Paparella, Alexandre Pavlovski, Giuseppe Peronato, Christina S. Polo López, Ernst Rainer, Natalie Robertson, Christian Roecker, Erika Saretta, Kelsey Saunders, Alessandra Scognamiglio, Nazanin Sephery-Rad, Tanja Siems, Katharina Simon, Simon Stendorf Sørensen, Daiva Walangitang, Maria Wall, Annemie Wyckmans
Editor: Gabriele Lobaccaro, Carmel Lindkvist, Maria Wall & Annemie Wyckmans
Publisher: IEA SHC Task 51
Document Number: Task 51/Report C1

This report presents a collection of 34 case studies on solar energy in urban planning, addressing how the planning process has been developed, how the stakeholders have been involved, which instruments have been applied, which energy technology and environmental impact have been addressed and what the role was of the researchers during the entire process. The case studies from 10 countries include examples of new urban areas, existing urban areas and landscapes.