1 COVENANT OF MAYORS: THE SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ACTION PLAN OF TRENTO MUNICIPALITY
2 Trento municipality: the pathto to sustainability Official adhesion 8 April 2014 BEI SEAP first draft October 2014 Stakeholders involvement Actions definition communication City Council approval 11 March 2015 Upload on CoMwebsite 8 April 2015
3 BASELINE EMISSION INVENTORY- BEI EDIFICI, ATTREZZATURE/IMPIANTI E INDUSTRIE Edifici, attrezzature/impianti comunali Edifici, attrezzature/impianti terziari (non comunali) Edifici residenziali Categoria Illuminazione pubblica comunale Industrie (escluse le industrie contemplate nel Sistema europeo di scambio delle quote di emissione ETS) Totale parziale edifici, attrezzature/impianti e industrie TRASPORTI Parco auto comunale Trasporti pubblici Trasporti privati e commerciali Totale parziale trasporti ALTRO Smaltimento dei rifiuti Gestione delle acque reflue Indicate qui le altre emissioni del vostro comune Totale Municipal energy balance involving all the sectors (public, residential, tertiary, transport, industrial) Detailed emission/consumption Starting point to calculate the reduction potential Reference year 2006
4 BEI 2006 Consumi energetici Trasporto pubblico Pubblico 0,7 % 1,0 % Terziario 15,6 % Residenziale Trasporto privato 38,4 % 44,4 % MWh Distribuzione vettori energetici Total consumption 3,4 TWh Transport sector > 44 % Residential sector about 38 % Diesel 34,3 % Gas 28,8 % Electricity 14,6 % Diesel Gas naturale Elettricità Olio da riscaldamento Benzina GPL Biocarburanti Fotovoltaico 0,2 % 0 % 0,9 % 9,2 % 11,9 % 14,6 % 28,8 % 34,3 %
5 Emissionsper sector Emissioni di CO2 -Peso di ogni settore - Comune di Trento ,63% 0,62% 1,72% 22,50% 33,54% SETTORE PUBBLICO SETTORE RESIDENZIALE SETTORE TERZIARIO TRASPORTO PUBBLICO TRASPORTO PRIVATO Emissions in 2006 = tco2 8,5 t pro capite Minimum required reduction > tco2-6,8 t/inh Mobility has the greatest impact because Trento is an attractive center for the whole province (institutional, commercial, indu strial, etc.) and the territory shows a different altimetric profile Residential and tertiary together contribute for more than 55% Municipal buildings and services play a marginal role butitmustbeexemplar
6 (MWh) Energy consumptionin in 2006 and 2013: the first monitoring inventory SETTORE MWh/anno 2006 MWh/anno 2013 SETTORE PUBBLICO SETTORE RESIDENZIALE SETTORE TERZIARIO TRASPORTO PUBBLICO TRASPORTO PRIVATO TOTALE Decreasing trend: 11, 3% savings Residential -2,6 % (seasonal) Private transport -25 % Tertiary sector shows a little increase The municipal consumption is slowly growing due to the increased services offered to the citizens (more public buildings, more traffic and public lights, ) Also the public transport consumption is higher because of the chilometers covered by the service even with a minor use of air conditioning
7 MEI 2013 Emissioni di CO2 -Peso di ogni settore - Comune di Trento ,22% 2,00% 36,54% SETTORE PUBBLICO t SETTORE RESIDENZIALE SETTORE TERZIARIO TRASPORTO PUBBLICO 0,77% TRASPORTO PRIVATO t 25,47% Residentialhasbecomethe sectorwith higherconsumptionpercentagebecauseof the decreaseof mobility. Total emissions from have become t/ CO2
8 The strategy Trento has adopted its own smart city vision. August 2014: operative guidelines for the smart city strategic plan. SEAP targets are consistent with the strategic objectives, concrete and measurable, agreed with stakeholders part of the Trento Smart city vision.
9 The strategy Trento has a long background in planning activity, involving all the aspects of its society. TheSEAPis Integrated with the other municipal and provincial plans Ambitious in overall targets Referred to a complex socio-economic context Innovative Participated
10 How the SEAP has been developed Starting point 2006 and first intermediate monitoring 2013 December 2014 A first list of measures for public, tertiary, residential and transport sector Presentation to the Councill commission and district Presidents 11/12 Meeting with stakeholders about residential sector 12/12 Actions draft January 2015 municipal website update and citizens survay (open until the 8 of february) Definitive actions definition and presentation to the districts Presidents Indicators and monitoring system set up City Councill approval March 2015
11 EMISSIONS TREND ( ,8 %) Trasporti Residenziale Terziario Trasp. Pubbl. Pubblico The actions included in the SEAP guarantee the 20% saving ( %)
12 Elenco delle Azione del PAES Risparmio Incidenza atteso % t/co2 PU Illuminazione Pubblica efficientamento 479 0,2% PU Efficienza negli edifici ed impianti comunali ,7% PU Comportamento sostenibile dipendenti pubblici 55 0,03% PU Acquisti verdi della Pubblica Amministrazione (*) PU Iniziative innovative Trento E-CITY 83 0,04% PU Efficientamento nella Sanità (nuovo ospedale) (*) PU Efficientamento Edifici Provincia di Trento ,18% PU Efficientamento dell'università di Trento 71 0,03% PR Riduzione consumi settore residenziale % PR Potenziamento Energia rinnovabile ,27% PR Turismo sostenibile (*) PR Riduzione dei consumi nel settore terziario % PR Riduzione consumi centro storico ,06% PR Ammodernamento mezzi, regolamentazione traffico ,74% PU Potenziamento TPL e integrazione Sistemi trasporto ,31% PU Mobility Management ,12% PU Comunicazione e sensibilizzazione cittadini ,6% PU SCHEDA RIFIUTI (non contabilizzate secondo Linee Guida JRC) - 0% PU - pubblico PR privato Emissioni ,2% The actions A detailed list of the measures with the calculation of every single is contribution provided 22,2 % of reduction referred to 2006 (*) azioni non contabilizzate ma importanti per la sensibilizzazione
13 The actions: public sector Public lighting: lamps efficiency, innovative intelligent network: single light control, video sorvelliance, hot spot, commercial spaces, etc. Public buildings refurbishment: interventions (realised, on going and foreseen) that include: inteventions on building envelope and windows, efficient lighting system and efficiency in space heating, renewable energies(pv, thermal solar, HP, ) and energetic audits. Awareness rasing activities for Public employees, to promote virtuos behaviours within the Public Structure, also through the use of innovative meetering and web based technologies Green public procurement Efficient assistance (hospitals, nursing homes, ): for the promotion of energetic efficiency and of the renewable energy plants in healthcare structures. Trento Province buildings and University buildings: action for the energetic requalification of buildings Sport facilities
14 The actions: public sector Trento E-City The city of Trento has started an innovation path, transforming its back office in a digital Public Administration and developing new services for citizens and enterprises: Expansion of the wireless network; Online services ; Development of the website on the innovative open source platform; OPEN DATA made available on the city website ; Free Mobile APPS Trento in a pocket" and"travel Trento The Trento Municipality has defined its Smart City vision drafting the Guidelines for the"trento Smart City" strategy". 6 the areas of interventions identified: -BigData/OpenData - e-government - Health and WellBeing - Energy Efficiency - Integrated Tourism -Mobility
15 The actions: residential sector Low consumption housing: Private buildings energy efficiency o Legal framework(building regulation, provincial law, etc.) o Specific programmes for apartment buildings (with Esco, builders, designers, financial bodies, buildings administrators, installers, etc.) o Information and communication, energy helpdesk, link with the Province o Highlight on existing tools, financial stakeholders involvement o Energy savings detailed calculation and monitoring Renewables o PV, o Solar thermal o Biomass
16 The actions: mobility Urban Mobility Plan The Urban Mobility Plan was approved by the City Council on 26 October In the new plan the car becomes one option because, depending on the type of displacement, everybody in the city of Trento will have the opportunity to choose each time the most suitable meanoftransport.inadditiontothecar,thecitizenscan in fact count on a modern public transport and new fast or safer and pleasant routes for pedestrians and bicycles. The plan therefore does not underestimate the need to travel, but combines this need with the respect for the environment and the exigence of a more livable city.
17 Urban Mobility Plan implementation The actions: mobility Historical centre and low emission mobility pedestrian and restricted areas extension, promotion of public transport (free tickets for students); low emission vehicles use and electric mobility pilot test. Vehicles updating private vehicles can count on a technological progress with the substitutionofthemostemissiveclasses(euro0,1e2) RAILWAY INFRASTRUCTURE, PT OPTIMISATION, INTERMODALITY to optimise the interconnection among different transport systems Bike trails connections Mobility Management
18 The actions: tourismand tertiary sector TOURISM SUSTAINABLE TOURISM actions in cooperation with associations (hotels, eco sustainable tourism networks, sustainable labels and trade marks promotion, low emission transport for tourists, etc.) MUSE the innovative and efficient museum could influence also the tourists flows in terms of awareness and sustainable transport TERTIARY Installers and designers involvement to promote the use of high efficiency technologies Measures involving commercial malls to decrease their impact and disseminate best practices to visitors
19 Communication activities The communication activity is transverse to all sectors analyzed in the SEAP. The action will be developed through the elaboration of a program to coordinate all the initiatives connected with the SEAP. The energy policy, with the solutions undertaken and the objectives to be achieved, will be communicated within the Municipal Organization first. This step is essential to give shape to the Energy Management System that must be established in the Trento Municipality and that will have the SEAP as a distinctive element. The actions of external communication may include traditional methods and approaches and others more related to technological innovations. Energy, transport, ICT: all these issues must be present and integrated with each other in communication activities.
20 No Waste Project The City Council has identified some concrete actions for the integrated waste management, with the objective to combine the general choices of organizing the waste collection with the challenge on waste prevention and reduction. The door to door waste collection has been implementing all over the city Reduction policies must necessarily include information and environmental education actions addressed to individual citizens and economic categories, as waste production depends largely on the adoption of correct and virtuous behaviors by all stakeholders. For this reason, the local Administration has organized a series of public information meetings and has promoted initiatives for the waste prevention.
21 Nextsteps EUfeedback(JRC Ispra) SEAP implementation(with the support of the energy team) SEAP integration in other planning instruments and in the Trento SMART City initiatives. Continuous control of the achievements and the eventual deviations SEAP monitoring every two years
22 Contacts Servizio Ambiente Arch. Luisella Codolo