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Residential – Home Energy Monitoring Car – Eco-Driver Training and consumption awareness Non-Residential – Efficient Motors Electric car sharing Non-Residential – Room Automation, HVAC+Blind Plug-in hybrid electric cars Non-Residential – Efficient lighting technology Metro – new line Non-Residential – Glazing Non-Residential – Building Remote Monitoring (BRM) Residential – Glazing Non-Residential – Building Efficiency Monitoring (BEM) Electric cars E-Highways Non-Residential – Demand oriented lighting Wind Residential – Efficient lighting technology Metro – Reduced headway Harbors – Onshore Power Supply PV Non-Residential – Heat recovery Car & Motorcycle – City Tolling Non-Residential – Room Automation, BACS A Residential – Home Automation Non-Residential – Building Performance Optimization (BPO) 0

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Figure 25: Overall CO₂eq mitigation performance and cost effectiveness of top performing technologies. The technologies included in the CyPT scenario (year 2030) are marked with light green. 39

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Helsinki's 2030 Climate Technologies / City Performance Tool Report 2016  

Siemens modeled what kind of technologies Helsinki can use to meet its ambitious climate targets in a cost-efficient way. The City Performan...

Helsinki's 2030 Climate Technologies / City Performance Tool Report 2016  

Siemens modeled what kind of technologies Helsinki can use to meet its ambitious climate targets in a cost-efficient way. The City Performan...

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