The paper focuses on analyzing the provisions of the Directive 2018/844/EU and the centrality foreseen in it, of energy efficiency and therefore on capturing the role of local governments in designing cities. The smart cities model, combined with the transition of electricity generation from a centralized model to a distributed one, promotes various virtuous scenarios in terms of pollution’s containment.

Climate change and decentralized renewable energy: the role of energy efficiency in smart cities

GABRIELLA DE MAIO
2019

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The paper focuses on analyzing the provisions of the Directive 2018/844/EU and the centrality foreseen in it, of energy efficiency and therefore on capturing the role of local governments in designing cities. The smart cities model, combined with the transition of electricity generation from a centralized model to a distributed one, promotes various virtuous scenarios in terms of pollution’s containment.
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