Studietur til Amsterdam og Utrecht
14. mai 2018 - 15. mai 2018
Tema for årets tur er sirkulær økonomi, byutvikling og Smart City konsepter.
NB! Vi har satte en grense på minimum 15 deltakere for å gjennomføre turen. Vi ber om at dere avventer bestilling av flybilletter til dere får bekreftet fra oss at turen blir gjennomført. Representanter fra Kunnskapsbyen Lillestrøm vil være til stede i Amsterdam fra søndag. Det arrangeres en felles middag for de som ønsker det søndag kveld.
PROGRAM MANDAG 14. MAI – UTRECHT
9.00 – 10.30
In 2003, Robin Berg invested the roll-out of a glass fiber internet network in the district of Lombok. Since 1999, Robin has invested in solar power generation in multiple project in Utrecht Region. This lead in 2015 in the establishment of the Smart Solar Charging consortium, of which Robin is director. The consortium unites key parties in the value chain to jointly develop and roll-out solar bidirectional charging networks combined with the e-carsharing program We Drive Solar. He will present Smart Soloar Charging and how We Drive Solar works.
Speaker: Robin Berg (1970) is a sustainable entrepreneur and innovator based in the city of Utrecht, the Netherlands. Presentation and guided walking tour.
Urban development and examples of sustainable housing
11.00 – 12.30
The development of the area Veemarkt in Utrecht has been executed with sustainable housing, EDC energy and is built by private parties as clients. It was especially original in it’s model of participation, where different parties from private to public and more cooperated in developing the area. From a principle of cohousing, inhabitants beside their own apartment share spaces like living room, hobby space, fitness and more.
Speaker: Jan Wijnand Groenendaal, architect and owner JWG Architecten participated closely in the Project Veemarkt. His speciality is repurposing of obsolete real estate and sketch design in 3D. Presentation and guided walking tour.
12.30 – 14.00 Lunch
13.30 – 16.30
ANNE is an experience center about sustainability in the center of Utrecht with sustainable housing as main focus with especially upgrading existing houses.During the day in ANNE profit, non profit and governemental organisations work together to share their goals, opportunities and results. But also the broader public that visits ANNE at night and in the weekend to attend informative meetings, quite often combined with cultural events.
ANNE is situated right between the Dutch most central and largest railway station and the ‘Jaarbeurs’ Exhibition Centre. In this area the coming years around 3.000 new apartments and work spaces for about 5.000 people will arise. A massive development with Healthy Urban Living as main focus. In October this year the international experience ‘Climate Planet’ will visit Utrecht to show the need and celebrate our results on the Global Goals.
Speaker: Arthur Lippus, entrepreneur and initiator of ANNE and involved in many programs for sustainable housing and city development.
PROGRAM TIRSDAG 15. MAI – AMSTERDAM
Amsterdam Smart City – urban development and politics
Amsterdam Smart City is constantly challenging businesses, residents, the municipality and knowledge institutions to test innovative ideas & solutions for urban issues. This contributes to the liveability of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area, promotes sustainable economic growth and helps develop new markets.
9:00 – 9:30
Welcome and introduction to Amsterdam Smart City innovation platform and public-private partnership
9:30 – 10:30
Amsterdam energy transition & smart energy / smart grids projects. The City of Amsterdam has ambitious targets for transitioning to a fossil-free city. For example, in 2017 the City Council committed to becoming free of natural gas heating by 2050. Several pilots but also large scale deployment of sustainable energy projects are underway, including the expansion for district heating, scaling of solar energy, as well as several smart-grids and vehicle2grid projects. This presentation also covers the role of various public and private stakeholders in the energy transition and the regulatory barriers that are being tackled at different levels of government.
Speaker: Ruben van Loon, Innovation & Strategy Adviser, Alliander
10:30 – 11:30
Amsterdam Circular Innovation Program. The Circular Innovation Program 2016-2018 provides insight into the most important innovation projects and developments in the city in the field of Circular Economy. The City of Amsterdam expects that the projects from this innovation program will result into accelerated insights in the transition towards a circular economy. Besides circular knowledge development, circular procurement and learning by doing innovation pilots & projects, the municipality also starts charting the restrictive laws and regulations that are possibly obstructing circular innovation projects in the city. Together with the national government these insights will be used to create the right conditions for the transition.
Speaker: Sladjana Mijatovic, Circular Economy Program Manager, City of Amsterdam
11:30 – 12:00 Discussion
12.00 – 13.30 Lunch
Zuidas Development Office – urban development and mobility
Zuidas Amsterdam Development Office is dedicated to the development of Zuidas: a prime international location for living, working and recreation. It is located in the vibrant city of Amsterdam, only minutes away from one of Europe’s leading international airports: Schiphol Amsterdam Airport.
13.30 – 14.30
Presentation around a scale model about the geographical context of the Zuidas and ground lease, and of the beginning of the development of the area. Further about projects in the near future, such as:
– accessibility (public transport, car, bicycle) and different measures
- how the government and municipality can pilot on sustainability
- examples of sustainable projects and energy solutions in the surroundings
Speaker: Janneke den Ouden, Coordinator Zuidas Information Center
14.30 – 15.00
A guided walking tour through the area known through the presentation.
Circl – sitevisit to circular building
Circl, a new circular building in Amsterdam’s Zuidas district, is an initiative of ABN AMRO. The bank plans to share the knowledge of circularity that it acquired while developing and constructing this circular building and to use this knowledge to advise clients. Almost all of the materials used in creating Circl are second-hand, easily disassembled and able to be reused.
15.00 – 16.30
Tour through the building by Egidio Bundel, Duty Manager at ABN Amro
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