In 2050, 70% of the world’s population will be living in cities. This means a growing pressure on all resources, where the cities need to become increasingly efficient and self-sufficient in energy.

The city’s energy infrastructure and consumers need to adapt to deliver environmental benefits and lower energy costs. Challenges are to adapt current energy systems into more sustainable ones, and thereby enhance energy efficiency. It is important to address the challenges of security and climate change, and at the same time maintain the competitiveness.

  • What have been the outcomes for London, as a result of this energy master planning?
  • Which energy solutions do you propose to cover the energy for London in 2050?
  • What type of auto consumption, and what type of networks?
  • What were the main challenges during this master planning?

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February 2016

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