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TitleCity of Espoo, Lippulaiva (E)
What is the definition of your PED site?PED/PED relevant case study.
Project Phase of your case study/PED LabOperation Phase /Already built
Geographic CoordinatesLong: 24.65431271498495
Lat: 60.14913454774697
Project
Any publication, link to website, deliverable referring to the PED/PED Labhttps://www.sparcs.info/sites/default/files/2020-09/SPARCS_D3.1_Detailed_plan_Espoo.pdf
Open address of the case study/LAB to identify its exact location on the mapEspoonlahdenkatu 8, 02320 Espoo, Finland
Climate Zone (Köppen Geiger classification).Dfb Cold – Without dry season – Warm summer
Total land area occupied by your case study/PED Lab (sq. m2)165000
District boundaryGeographic
Climate neutralityNo
Energy neutralityNo
Energy CommunityNo
CircularityNo
Air Quality and Urban ComfortNo
Net-zero Energy CostNo
Self SufficiencyNo
Positive EnergyNo
ElectrificationNo
OtherMaximise self-sufficiency
Ownership of the case study/PED Lab:Private
More commentsThe Espoonlahti district is located on the south-western coast of Espoo. With 56,000 inhabitants, it is the second largest of the Espoo city centres. The number of inhabitants is estimated to grow to 70,000 within the next 10 years. Espoonlahti will be a future transit hub of the south-western Espoo, along the metro line, and the increasing stream of passengers provides a huge potential for retail, business and residential developments. E-mobility solutions and last-mile services have strong potential in the area when subway extension is finished and running. The extensive (re)development of the Lippulaiva blocks will make a benchmark catering to the everyday needs of residents. The completely new shopping centre will be a state-of-the-art cross point with 20,000 daily customers and 10,000 daily commuters (3.5 million/year). The new underground metro line and station, and feeder line bus terminal, will be fully integrated. Residential housing of approximately 550 new apartments will be built on top. Lippulaiva is a large traffic hub, directly connected to public transport and right next to the Länsiväylä highway and extensive cycle paths. Lippulaiva offers diverse, mixed-use services, such as a shopping mall, public services, a day care centre, residential apartment buildings, and underground parking facilities. Lippulaiva received the LEED Gold environmental certificate and Smart Building Gold certificate. •Flagship of sustainability •Cooling and heating demand from geothermal energy system (on-site) with energy storage system, 4 MW •PV panels: roof and façade, 630 kWp •Smart control strategies for electricity and thermal energy, smart microgrid-system and battery storage •Charging capacity for 134 EVs
NameElina Ekelund, Sustainability Manager
EmailElina.ekelund@citycon.com