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Guangzhou Award for Urban Innovation, November 2012
Vincenzo De Luca
Mayor of Salerno
Salerno is a city of about 150.000 inhabitants, in South Italy.
Salerno is located in a very attractive area, including many natural, archeological and cultural heritages.
Salerno hosted one thousand years ago the most ancient medical school in Europe.
The city had a strong textile industry since ‘800s, and has now a large food industry and a very active seaport.
Salerno is one of the most important cities in Europe for great contemporary architecture, with many operas designed by internationally recognized architects.
The city has a very active nightlife, many jazz musicians, and one of the best lyrical programming in Italy.
oil pricegrowth and instabilities
Growingdryness, floods and hurricanes due toglobal warming
Region with the highestdensity of population in Italy
Campania regionhas a high level of unemployment for youngpeople
Italy: Debt-to-GDP ratio
Seriousproblemsforwastedisposal in Naples (only 50 km from Salerno)
Italy isfacing a seriouseconomiccrisis, with a high level of nationaldebt.
The University of Salerno (40.000 students and ten faculties) is one of the most important in Italy, with a large and modern Campus.
Campania region has the highest birth rate in Italy, with many young people and students.
Salerno joined in 2010 the CovenantofMayors, the European movement involving local and regional authorities, aiming to meet and exceed the European Union 20% CO2 reduction by 2020by an advanced Sustainable Energy Action Plan
70% rubbish and recycle
Energy and emissioninventory
Kit for solar-hybridization of cars (20% lessfuelconsumption)
Photovoltaicplant 24 MWp
Base CO2: 576.000 t/year
The problemsrequire a strongmultidisciplinaryapproach
Cooperationof differentspecialists and expertsfrom University
Privilegedaccess to EU funds afterapproval of Sustainable Energy Action Plan
Difficulties to have credit from banks
Burocracyandpoliticalissues, due to different parties involved in local, regional and nationalgovernment.
Information and activation of a front office for burocracysimplification
DISPLAYCampaign: monitoringenergy and water consumptionin the schools
Use of mathematicalprogrammingto set the prioritiesamongdifferentactions
(Communicate Your Building Energy Rating)
Energy from municipalwaterworks
Green roofs to reduce heatlosses, improve water retention, absorb CO2 and particulate.
Photovoltaic gazebo on building roofs
Organization of SolidarityPurchasingGroups to pool orders and stimulate private investments
Insulatingframes for windows
We borrow it from our children.