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Publication release: “Green Thoughts, Green Futures” - Planning for energy efficient cities (PLEEC)

Publication release: “Green Thoughts, Green Futures”

Green Thoughts, Green FuturesThe way we plan and build our cities is influencing the present and future demand for energy. PLEEC project set out to make European cities more energy smart. This booklet, “Green Thoughts, Green Futures”, presents the main findings of the project in a popularized, easy-to approach manner. The title of the booklet falls down to the very basics of energy efficiency: making rational, well-informed and holistic choices in city planning to promote energy efficiency is simply the way of the future.

Within the PLEEC framework, five key fields of urban development have been identified: Green Buildings and Land-use, Mobility and Transport, Technical Infrastructure, Production and Consumption and Energy Supply. “Green Thoughts, Green Futures” explores the most relevant aspects of energy efficiency in these key urban fields from a city perspective: the technologies, thoughts, processes and innovations that are already underway yet in need of more work.


Green Thoughts, Green Futures

This booklet, “Green Thoughts, Green Futures”, presents the main findings of the project in a popularized, easy-to approach manner. The title of the booklet falls down to the very basics of energy efficiency: making rational, well-informed and holistic choices in city planning to promote energy efficiency is simply the way of the future.


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