Cities play an important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving energy efficiency. The Smart City concept, applied at different territorial levels, is one of most famous frameworks for improving the performance of cities. Smart planning models should allow to identify solutions in a coordinated and holistic way. Starting from these considerations, in this paper the authors focused on the quantitative evaluation of the mutual influences among Smart strategies applied at district level. An ideal sustainable district was analyzed and two improved scenarios (Smart interventions on buildings and green areas) were carried out. The aim is to evaluate if and to what extent these actions would have an impact form energy, environment end economy points of view compared to the base case scenario. Simulation results of the three scenarios show significant differences from energy, environmental and economic perspectives.

A quantitative evaluation of the mutual influences among Smart strategies applied at district level / Mattoni, B.; Nardecchia, F.; Benelli, Alessio; Buscaglione, S.; Pagliaro, F.; Burattini, C.. - In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE. - ISSN 0018-9219. - CD-ROM. - (2017), pp. 1-6. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 17th IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2017 1st IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe, EEEIC / I and CPS Europe 2017 tenutosi a Milan, ITALY nel Giugno 2017 [10.1109/EEEIC.2017.7977720].

A quantitative evaluation of the mutual influences among Smart strategies applied at district level.

Mattoni, B.
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Nardecchia, F.;BENELLI, ALESSIO;Pagliaro, F.;Burattini, C.
2017

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Cities play an important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving energy efficiency. The Smart City concept, applied at different territorial levels, is one of most famous frameworks for improving the performance of cities. Smart planning models should allow to identify solutions in a coordinated and holistic way. Starting from these considerations, in this paper the authors focused on the quantitative evaluation of the mutual influences among Smart strategies applied at district level. An ideal sustainable district was analyzed and two improved scenarios (Smart interventions on buildings and green areas) were carried out. The aim is to evaluate if and to what extent these actions would have an impact form energy, environment end economy points of view compared to the base case scenario. Simulation results of the three scenarios show significant differences from energy, environmental and economic perspectives.
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