Implementation of Energy Strategies in Communities (Annex 63) Volume 1: Inventory of measures

Ken Church, Maj-Britt Quitzau, Birgitte Hoffmann, Uta Lynar, Luise Ebenbeck, Judith Commenges, Vickie Aagesen, Ove Mørck, Jens Freudenberg, Paul Vieweg, Jens-Phillip Petersen, Alfred Heller, Bjarne W. Olesen, Carsten Rode, Andreas Koch, Markus Peter, Marie Sevenet, Sebastien Cajot, Maren Kornmann, Gerhard Stryi-HippDaniel Kellenberger, Christian Schmid, Annette Roser, Fabrice Banon, Inger Andresen, Brita Fladvad Nielsen, Eszter Juhasz-Nagy, Yoshiyuki Shimoda, Rita Streblow, Jan Schiefelbein, Ruth Buggie, Declan Meally, Åse Lekang Sørensen, Helmuth Strasser, Oskar Mair am Tinkhof, Carissa Schively Slotterback, Jacques Kimman

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Abstract

This report describes the existing national political framework conditions, energy and land-use planning processes, strategies for energy planning and existing national measures in the field of urban and energy planning. In this research, the term measure refers to any action, program, policy or other activity that can demonstrate or influence a change in process. Amongst other background information, 22 planning processes and 89 measures from 11 countries are described in detail in this report.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherInternational Energy Agency
Volume1
Number of pages107
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Bibliographical note

Citation:<br/><br/>K. Church, V. Aagesen, I. Andresen, R. Buggie, J. Freudenberg, D. Kellenberger, J. Kimman, A. Koch, M. Kornmann, Å. Lekang-Sørensen, U. Lynar, J.P. Petersen, M.B. Quitzau, A. Roser, C. Schively-Slotterback, Y. Shimoda, H. Strasser, R. Streblow, G. Stryi-Hipp (2017). Annex 63: implementation of energy strategies in communities - Volume 1: inventory of measures, IEA project annex 63, salzburg institute for regional planning and housing, Salzburg.<br/><br/>Abstract:<br/><br/>This report describes the existing national political framework conditions, energy and land-use planning processes, strategies for energy planning and existing national measures in the field of urban and energy planning. In this research, the term measure refers to any action, program, policy or other activity that can demonstrate or influence a change in process. Amongst other background information, 22 planning processes and 89 measures from 11 countries are described in detail in this report. <br/><br/>Kan downloades her: <br/><br/>https://www.annex63.org/app/download/13561884934/Annex63_Volume1_September+2017.pdf?t=1511422950<br/>

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