Peer-reviewed paper published: Solar energy landscape design research

Peer-reviewed paper published: Solar energy landscape design research

A new peer-reviewed paper by members of the NRGlab has been published recently. The paper by Sven Stremke and Sören Schöbel is entitled Research through design for energy transition: two case studies in Germany and The Netherlands and was published by the journal of Smart and Sustainable Built Environment (SASBE). The paper is a result of a joint research effort between Wageningen University/Netherlands and the Technical University...

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Peer-reviewed paper published: Typology of Energy Landscapes

Peer-reviewed paper published: Typology of Energy Landscapes

Recently, a new peer-reviewed paper entitled Energy landscapes in a crowded world: A first typology of origins and expressions has been published in the Energy Research and Social Science journal. The paper by Martin Pasqualetti and Sven Stremke examines the definition of energy landscapes, proposes a classification of energy landscapes and describes the key characteristics of energy landscapes that help to define an over-arching typology of...

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Save the date: December 7, Acceptance speech Sven Stremke

Save the date: December 7,  Acceptance speech Sven Stremke

Save the date: December 7, Acceptance speech. Sven Stremke has been appointed Professor of Landscape Architecture at the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture and leads the High-Density Energy Landscapes research group. The research of the team (Dirk Oudes and Sven) focuses on the role of design and the designer in energy transition. On Thursday 7 December at 20:00, he will give his acceptance speech at the Academy of Architecture. Presentation and...

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Design project shortlisted in Post-Fossil City competition

Design project shortlisted in Post-Fossil City competition

Tom van Heeswijk’s design project got shortlisted, between 250 submissions from 40 countries. The ten finalists presented their imaginative ideas on March 16 in Utrecht/The Netherlands. In a post-fossil city, public spaces are more than places to live, work and recreate. In a post-fossil city, public spaces are places that generate sustainable energy, that is used in households and to power electric cars. ‘Solar energy in public...

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