By Martin Freire Marseille’s eco-district of Îlot Allar uses seawater for heating and cooling through a new private initiative: Massileo. This renewable technology is likely to expand in the coming years, but what does this mean for public ownership of the energy systems?

Since the beginning the project, Hotmaps was presented at different European events focused on urban planning, energy efficiency and heating and cooling technologies.

Prepared by Simon Pezzutto, Gianluca Grilli, Stefano Zambotti and Stefan Dunjic

By Lukas Kranzl, Michael Hartner, Andreas Müller, Gustav Resch, Sara Fritz, (TU Wien) Tobias Fleiter, Andrea Herbst, Matthias Rehfeldt, Pia Manz (Fraunhofer ISI) Alyona Zubaryeva (EURAC) Scenarios are required for heating and cooling planning and are an important means to ensure consistency of local, regional, national and EU wide planning. Thus, the Hotmaps project provides… Read more »

Prepared by Simon Pezzutto, Franziska Haas, Dagmar Exner, Stefano Zambotti

Prepared by Simon Pezzutto, Stefano Zambotti, Silvia Croce, Pietro Zambelli, Giulia Garegnani, Chiara Scaramuzzino, Ramón Pascual Pascuas, Alyona Zubaryeva, Franziska Haas, Dagmar Exner (EURAC), Andreas Müller (e‐think), Michael Hartner (TUW), Tobias Fleiter, Anna‐Lena Klingler, Matthias Kühnbach, Pia Manz, Simon Marwitz, Matthias Rehfeldt, Jan Steinbach, Eftim Popovski (Fraunhofer ISI) Reviewed by Lukas Kranzl, Sara Fritz (TUW)

Prepared by Simon Pezzutto (Eurac Research), Matteo De Felice (ENEA), Reza Fazeli ( University of Iceland), Lukas Kranzl (Vienna University of Technology) and Stefano Zambotti (Eurac Research).

Prepared by Gabriel Ruiz, Lesly Houndolé, Vincent Roch (CREM) and Antoine Widmer, Daniel Hunacek (HES-SO Valais) Reviewed by Sara Fritz, Lukas Kranzl (TU Wien)

Prepared by Anders Michael Odgaard & Jørgen Lindgaard Olesen, PlanEnergi Reviewed by Brian Vad Mathiesen, AAU