Up to 80% of total energy consumption in the EU is attributed to urban areas, mostly with historical urban centres. At the same time, low carbon energy supplies in the style of energy storages, especially in historical urban centres, is a rarity in central Europe. This is mainly because of strict architectural protection constraints, higher implementation costs and often also conflicts with town planning policies.

The STORE4HUC project aims to improve territorially based low-carbon energy planning strategies. It will enrich policies that support climate change mitigation in historical city centres by focusing on improved urban and spatial planning for integrating energy storage systems to enhance the public institutional and utility capabilities. 

The partners will develop policy recommendations and identify suitable integrated technological solutions to overcome low carbon development barriers in historic centres. They will also facilitate the development of open energy and load management systems for energy efficiency and use of renewables. With its concepts and pilot systems, STORE4HUC will provide smart city test beds, where technicalities will be reconciled with historical and architectural values. 

News

23.09.2019

News

First deployment Desk Meeting in croatia

Obnovljivi izvori energije i objekti pod kulturnom zaštitom?! Naravno, zašto ne?! Još jedan novi #EU projekt #Store4HUC koji za cilj ima i postavljanje fotonaponskog sustava na Energetski centar Bračak, baterije za skladištenje energije te unapređenja postojećeg sustava upravljanja zgradom. #regea #energytransition

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Project Duration

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April 2019

End Date

March 2022

Documents and publications

Documents and Publications of the Store4HUC-project coming soon!