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A national ecosystem of cities combining innovative experiences and technologies, innovative architectures and ICT platforms, where innovative technologies integrate smart buildings and smart homes, electrical and renewable mobility, and interact with the public and authorities through new languages ​​and indicators as well as processes of public engagement and co-working to meet the challenge of the Smart City.

 

This is ENEA's strategy for an ever-smarter, sustainable and inclusive city of the future, the central theme of the latest issue of the ENEA magazine Energy, Environment and Innovation presented during the workshop "Building the Italian Smart City Ecosystem in the European Framework", as part of the European Energy Research Alliance Joint program on Smart Cities, of which ENEA has been a member of the Executive Committee since 2010. The aim of the event was to promote the integration of urban systems and new intelligent approaches to the design and management of city energy systems, and to establish a common urban regeneration roadmap for institutions, research center, municipalities and businesses.

 

"Today, more than 50% of the world's population - over three and a half billion people (75% in Europe) live permanently in cities, and the trend of urbanization is steadily increasing. Cities consume up to 80% of the world's energy, generate more than 50% of global waste, 75% of natural resource consumption and 80% of worldwide emissions. In this context, the development and spread of energy-efficient, sustainable cities is one of the ways to meet the great urban challenges of this century

 

Also in the "Focus" section, an interesting survey carried out by ENEA in partnership with Tuscia University on cooperation, a new model of workshop and workspace management that is spreading in tandem with the transformation of cities with national data, types of models and experiences confirming that "this new phenomenon that is still indefinable, amorphous and evolving" is able to respond to the many needs and complexity of the new cities.

 

ENEA continues with "La Spezia 20.20: the city becomes smart" with the Masterplan under the Europe 2020 Strategy developed by the Ligurian city for a shared vision and a new cultural approach to energy, mobility, economy and government.

 

A key requirement for the development of ICT platforms for Smart Cities is interoperability with a system's perspective, which is one of the Agency's proposals for an integrated model like the Smart City Platform, the Public Energy Living Lab. Another study is looking into the transition from "Smart City to Smart Community", looking into an increase in social relations aimed at raising the quality of life of people through the various projects carried out by ENEA in Italy.

 

資料來源: ENEA

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