16-17 septembre 2015, Colloque international organisé par Institut d’Asie Orientale (IAO, UMR5062) et Laboratoire d’Economie des Transports (LET, UMR5593).
Lieu : Sciences-Po Lyon, 14 avenue Berthelot, Lyon 7ème, Amphi Leclair
Résumé : Attempts to create low carbon or more energy efficient cities are not new as evidenced by many sustainable or eco-districts achievements in various European countries. Japan too has seen several programmes to support the development of sustainable cities such as the “Demonstration of Next-Generation Energy and Social Systems” programme launched by the Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry (METI) which has given birth to “Smart Communities”. Under the supervision of NEDO, it has also initiated several experiments abroad including that of the Lyon Confluence district. Linking energy and urban challenges, “smart communities” experiments aim to test out technologies (including that of the smart grid) in limited areas, seeking ways to co-ordinate them while at the same time collecting data that will inform solutions which, ultimately, could be extended to cover entire cities.
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