May 22, 9:30 am – 11:00 am
May 24, 9:30 am – 11:00 am
Hyllie, Malmö´s largest development area, will once complete, have about 12,000 homes and 15,000 workspaces. To reach high sustainability ambitions for Hyllie, the City of Malmö, VA SYD and E.ON, in 2011, signed a climate contract for Hyllie. Under this contract, the City of Malmö, VA SYD and E.ON, jointly undertake to lay the foundation for Hyllie to become the most climate-smart city district in the Öresund region and a global benchmark for sustainable urban development.
Hyllie is one of three large test beds in Sweden for so called smart grids. The energy system in Hyllie enables flexibility in residential and commercial buildings, and optimizes the use of renewable energy sources through better and automatic control and monitoring. Smart grids and smart energy solutions also enables people to actively monitor, control and influence their energy consumption and independently produce energy.
May 22, 9:30 am – 11:00 am
May 23, 02:00 pm – 4:00 pm
May 24, 09:30 am – 11:00 am
This visit takes us to three different climate smart housing projects.
1.The residential building Greenhouse in Augustenborg was built, with it’s 14 stories and 56 apartments is a passive house with smart energy solutions that makes a sustainable living easier. All tenants have the possibility to live sustainably, with smart waist recycling, cargo bike pool, smart laundry facilities and the possibilty do gardening in the 22 sqm large balconies with the view over the roof top garden and the entire city.
2. Hållbarheten, The Sustainability, in the Western Harbour concists of eight apartments, whereof four are heated with central heating, two with electricy and two with gas. The house has some energy production by wind mills, solar panels and solar cells.
3. The bicycle house Ohboy in the Western Harbour is built for a modern, urban life. In this green house with beautiful concrete surfaces there are smart solutions that makes the car free life obvious. Make your every day life special with dream like views, gardening boxes in the balconies and the common roof top green house, that little extra something that makes you feel at home.
In the Western Harbour, Malmö Cityuses a value-based model for urban development and together with property developers they work with various sustainability models – from dialogue and knowledge-building, to common environmental goals and certification systems where all aspects of sustainability characterise the process from start to finish.
On a visit we follow the development in the Western Harbour from its start, from Bo01 – Sweden’s first urban area with climate-neutral energy systems, to the new generation of sustainable construction projects.
City of Malmö
Registration & Contact
Register with an email to Fanny.Hall@skane.se