Both the SEAP and the city’s General Strategy of Development for 2012-2025 set the vision for Lviv’s future development. In addition to its CO2 and energy consumption targets, Lviv aims to increase the share of renewables to 20% by 2020.
With the involvement of municipal heating enterprises, the city will create an online system to track the real energy consumption of every building. Other objectives include increasing the share of electrical mobility, decreasing congestion and developing cycling infrastructure.
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Urban planning and land use
Developing very energy efficient districts
Efficient city infrastructure
Low-carbon energy production
- 20% improvement in energy efficiency by 2020 (annual decrease of 2%) and 40% by 2030;
- 20% reduction of CO2 by 2022;
- 7-8.2% decrease in district heating heat losses by 2030;
- Decrease in natural gas consumption of 30% by 2030;
- Development of alternative and renewable energy sources up to 20% of total primary energy consumption;
- Boosting municipal co-financing program "Teplyi Dim" (Warm House) for building renovation;
- Electric trolleybus network expansion and modernisation of existing e-bus substations for multi-charging of different vehicles (buses and cars).