Reduce the vulnerability of the city of Madrid to the effects of climate change
Madrid Subterra is a low cost, open innovation, public private partnership, designed to boost the
production of Madrid´s underground renewable energy to attain, in 10 years, 10% of the
buildings heating/cooling demand, by promoting the knowledge and entrepreneurship needed to
pump this underutilized vast urban sources of free carbon energy.
The aim of the action is to promote the use of electric vehicles in the city road transport sector. The city council will provide municipal facilities equipped with charging infraestructure, wharehouse space, service area, etc., to last mile logistic operators, taxi owners, car sharing operators and public transport companies.Read More Read Less
Madrid´s Urban Freight Strategy considers several aspects: Promotion of clean vehicles through economic incentives, tax exemptions and public parking fees
- Traffic regulations
- Deployment of a clean fuels supply net within the city and the metropolitan area
- Loading and unloading areas management (on street, consolidation centres, etc.)
-Networking: Cooperation with private companies searching for innovative solutions
Municipal Sport Facilities belong to the category of the largest water and energy municipal consumers. This kind of facilities are usually ineficient from the point of view of the use of energy and water. They are considered as one priority target in the city council energy efficiency strategy.Read More Read Less
The City of Madrid has already initiated strategic and practical actions for climate change mitigation and adaptation. The city has completed large scale construction and work including water reuse network, large parks and forests, water storage and source diversification, etc. The On going nature based urban acupuncture innovation programme will foster the city revitalisation by developing a street level scale strategy focused on urban nature based acctions developed in cooperation with social stakeholders. The strategy will be developed through three main concepts: public space transformation, innovation and public participation.Read More Read Less
The Municipality of Madrid has reported 2 Community emission inventories, since 2011. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2013, the Stationary energy, Transport and Waste management are identified as key emission sources.