Space & Energy

biesland 2050

Spatial implications of the energy ambitions for 2020, Zuid Holland
As a sequel to our E=m2 project, we were asked to look at the implementation of energy saving and production strategies in the built environment. Outdoors or in large industrial areas implementation is relatively easy, but how can we deal with changes within an existing built environment? Ownership is very individual, investment is focussed on new construction, not on implementation in the existing built environment. We were actually back at the scale where we started this research in Rotterdam with our REAP project!   We studied test cases with our partners, such as Siemens, local developers, energy producers and city councils. With them we developed projects for electrified goods transport, public transport, zero energy new housing, improvement of existing housing, energy production in industrial areas. For each of them looking for a current state, a possible development in 2020 and a vision of how this aspect could develop until 2050

Location: Zuid Holland, Netherlands
Client: Province Zuid-Holland
Assignment: Spatial implications energy ambitions 2020. Phase 2
Program: Research, energy calculations and visualisation with maps and images
Size: 50.000 ha
Status: Publication 
Team: JA [Marc Joubert with Jeroen de Loor, Marianne Miguel and Clementine Bahon]
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