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Besoins énergétiques à l’échelle des projets d’aménagement urbain : du modèle à la décision, quels verrous ?

Abstract : Local authorities are key players in energy and climate transition. Many tools and methods have been or are being developed to second the cities and help them change their practices. In this article, we focus especially on the scale of urban development. To act on this scale in the perspective of energy and climate transition goals, we need to understand what “physical” drivers will have an obvious impact on the ability of urban development to respond positively to energy and climate constraints. We also need to understand the decision-making mechanisms and the protagonists who act on these “physical” levers. Several barriers limit the consideration of energy issues in urban development projects. One first barrier relates to the massive and plural development of models dealing with energy in the city, whose operability, however, remains to be demonstrated. The second barrier concerns the ability of the tools developed to meet the needs of designers and decision-makers. The third barrier addressed in this article concerns the non-strategic place of energy at the scale of the development project.
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Morgane Colombert. Besoins énergétiques à l’échelle des projets d’aménagement urbain : du modèle à la décision, quels verrous ?. Natures Sciences Sociétés, EDP Sciences, 2018, 26 (3), pp.345-353. ⟨10.1051/nss/2018048⟩. ⟨hal-03311556⟩

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