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1 Smart City Malmö Past experiences and future challenges Jonas Kamleh Deputy head Urban development and climate Environmental department, City of Malmö

2 Malmö, Sweden

3 Western Harbour

4 The great transformation Bo01– from has-been to world renowned

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6 Plans

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8 100% locally renewable energy

9 1400 m2 solar collectors 120 m2 photo voltaics 2 MW Wind turbine Heat production: 15% solar 85% heat pump (¾ Aquifers) (¼ Sea water) Energy production

10 Energy balance

11 Environmental Programme Sweden’s most climate- friendly city – By 202 the municipal organisation will run on 100% renewable energy. – By 2030 the whole municipality will run on 100% renewable energy. – Energy consumption will decrease with 20 % per person by 2020, and further 20 % by 2030 Key: It’s easy to do the right thing in Malmö

12 The great challenge Malmö's population keeps increasing, but every resource is limited POPULATION ENERGY USE GREEN HOUSE GAS EMISSIONS SHARE CARUSE CARBONDIOXID

13 We can and will reduce our energy need Energy usage in Malmö

14 The energy usage split into categories Energy usage in Malmö TRANSPORTS SERVICE APARTMENT HOUSING INDUSTRY RESIDENTIAL HOUSING SYSTEM LOSES

15 The energy mix 2030

16 Malmö – the smarter city For Malmö, the sustainable city is a smart city. We see the connections between all our goals as a sustianable city and find common solutions for multiple challenges. School Reduced emissions Increased productivity More knowledge Improved air quality Efficient use of resources Better economy

17 Industry Higher viability New business oportunity Energy savings Resource savings Reduced emissions Increased productivity Improved air quality Malmö – the smarter city We can not do this alone. We are seeking long-term relationships with private companies that want to help us reach our goals.

18 Focus development areas

19 How do we make change happen.. Elements for making it happen Not waiting for the perfect solution Malmö as a test bed Partnerships with businesses Externally funded project driven innovation Visions & Goals Experiment Attracting the best & brightest Optimizing on a system level Unleashing creativity Leadership & Courage

20 Thank you. Jonas Kamleh Deputy head Urban development and climate Environmental department, City of Malmö jonas.kamleh@malmo.se +46 709 118 310

21 Background to Malmö Some historical dates 1275 The fishing settlement of Malmhauga is mentioned for the first time 1437 Malmö receives its city arms from Eric of Pomerania 1500 Prospering large town in the Kingdom of Denmark with 5,000 inhabitants 1658 Malmö becomes part of Sweden 1870 Kockums is established in the Western Harbour 1915 Population of Malmö passes 100,000 1952 Population of Malmö passes 200,000 1998 Malmö University founded 2000 The Öresund link inaugurated 2001 Bo01 in the Western Harbour

22 How Malmö can be supplied with 100% renewable energy The energy mix 2030

23 Energy use in Malmö (tot 8230 GWh)

24 Energy in the City of Malmö

25 How to make it all happen Project-driven organisation Funding mainly from national and European funds Strategies on what areas to focus on

26 Presentation of the strategies and projects for sustainable city development with focus on renewable energy


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