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Cities are locations where consumers, residents, and mobility users demand energy. Urban energy end-use is relevant for climate change mitigation, other global environmental challenges, as well as for providing essential services to citizens. In this framing, the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 11 on sustainable cities and communities is related to SDG 7 on affordable and clean energy, SDG 12 on responsible consumption and production, and SDG 13 on climate action.
The Urban Energy End-Use section aims to investigate patterns of energy use, associated life-styles, social practices and social norms. Contributions may take an energy service perspective, asking for the services required for a good life, the underlying useful energy, and how to satisfy those with low energy demand solutions. In particular, this section focuses on:
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