75% share of renewables & consumption reduction to under 20 MWh/person

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1. Households

1.1. Energy efficiency increase

1.1.1. Lighting

1.1.1.1. Automatic light regulation

1.1.1.2. LEDs NOW!

1.1.2. Heating

1.1.2.1. thermostatic regulation

1.1.2.2. Automatic ventilation

1.1.2.3. insulation of existing building

1.1.2.4. Better (glazed) windows

1.1.3. Automatic standby for routers,...

1.1.4. incorporate energy efficiency with maintenance measures

1.1.4.1. Electricity

1.1.4.2. Heating

1.2. Power generation

1.2.1. PV's

1.2.2. Heating

1.2.2.1. Solar thermal

1.2.2.2. Heat pumps and DH

1.3. Other measures

1.3.1. Heating

1.3.1.1. water heating connected to DH

1.3.1.2. Smart meters

1.3.2. smarts meters for electricity

1.3.3. "passive house" standards for new constructions NOW!

1.3.4. compulsory energy labelling of buildings and appliances

2. Industry

2.1. Problem 1

2.2. Problem 2

2.3. Problem 3

3. Power Generation

3.1. Renewable energy potential in Cork

3.1.1. bioenergy

3.1.1.1. landfill gas

3.1.1.2. sewage sludge

3.1.1.3. municipal solid waste

3.1.1.4. waste biomass

3.1.2. Integration of renewables in the grid

3.1.2.1. smart grid

3.1.2.2. grid extand

3.1.2.3. use of the storage

3.1.2.3.1. pumped hydro

3.1.2.3.2. electrolysis

3.1.2.3.3. batteries

3.1.3. ocean

3.1.4. geothermal

3.1.5. solar

3.1.6. Wind

4. Transport

4.1. More usage of public transport

4.1.1. Optimize schedule

4.1.2. Hybrid/electric/bio- buses

4.1.3. BRT

4.1.4. Ads in vehicles

4.1.5. Bikes in public transport

4.1.6. Price optimization

4.1.7. Increase comfort

4.1.8. Bus tickets Ryanair style

4.1.9. Connectivity

4.2. Private transport sustainability

4.2.1. Promote sustainable cars

4.2.2. Car-sharing

4.2.3. Bicycles

4.2.3.1. bike lanes

4.2.3.2. ads

4.2.3.3. renting

4.2.3.4. grants

4.2.4. Parking

4.2.5. Motorcycles

4.2.6. (Private boats)

4.3. Infrastructure sustainability

4.3.1. Bike lanes

4.3.2. Bus stops

4.3.2.1. Info screening

4.3.2.2. wifi

4.3.2.3. PV panels

4.3.3. Sustainable train station

4.3.4. Road maintenance

4.3.5. Street cleaning

4.3.6. Traffic lights + street lights

4.3.7. Public transport sustainable maintenance

4.3.8. Sustainability of the port

4.4. City Council sustainable vehicle pool

4.4.1. Use electric/hybrid/biofuel

4.4.2. Reduce number of vehicles

4.4.3. Usage optimization

4.5. Freight transport

4.5.1. Promote hybrid/electric/bio/bikes vehicles for home delivery

4.5.1.1. Taxes for most polluting trucks

4.5.1.2. More train transport

4.5.2. Forbid heavy trucks in city centre

5. Waste management

6. Environment

6.1. Water quality

6.1.1. Usage

6.1.1.1. Reduce consumption

6.1.1.1.1. Policies

6.1.1.1.2. Education

6.1.2. River regeneration

6.1.2.1. Leisure opportunities

6.1.3. Live coverage

6.1.3.1. Screens throughout the city

6.2. Green areas

6.2.1. Increase area

6.2.2. More gardens

6.2.3. More trees

6.2.4. Vertical gardens

6.2.5. Roof gardens

6.2.6. City crops

6.2.7. Regeneration of degraded areas

6.2.8. Eco-maintenance

6.3. Noise pollution

6.3.1. Control system

6.3.2. Live coverage

6.3.2.1. Screens throughout the city

6.4. Lighting pollution

6.4.1. Surveillance

6.5. Air quality

6.5.1. Measuring system

6.5.2. Live coverage

6.5.2.1. Screens showing info throughout the city

6.6. Waste

6.7. Biodiversity

6.7.1. Control and conservation

6.7.2. Promotion of local species

6.7.3. Animal care centre

6.7.4. Improvement

7. Industry

7.1. Pharma waste to energy

7.2. More renewable use

7.3. Improved water waste treatment plant

7.4. Implement centralized energy management system

7.5. Waste heat

7.6. Water measurement devices in plants

7.7. Gasoline cars to biogas/electric

8. Waste

8.1. Waste heat

8.2. 50% recycling of households by 2020

9. Heat production

9.1. Waste heat and geothermal heat pump

9.2. Biofuel CHP

9.3. Passive heating

9.4. Solar thermal collectors