Goal 7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all

The world is gaining acceptable ground on expanding admittance to power and improving energy effectiveness. In any case, many individuals worldwide actually need such access, and progress on encouraging admittance to clean cooking powers and advances is excessively moderate. The pandemic has featured the requirement for solid and moderate power in well-being focuses. Likewise, a study directed in chosen agricultural nations uncovered that one-fourth of the well-being offices studied were not energized, and another quarter had unscheduled blackouts, influencing their ability to convey basic well-being administrations. Such lacks debilitate the well-being framework's reaction to the current well-being emergency.

ITU pledges itself to conduct both departmental and interdisciplinary energy research. Numerous faculty and researchers are working on renewable energy resources such as rooftop photovoltaics, small-scale wind turbines, biomass and biogas as well as storage technologies. On the other hand, we work on energy reliability and equity through socio-economic and techno-economic analysis. As an education provider, ITU plans to further extend its teaching programmes in the sustainable energy field via introducing new masters and training modules.

The accompanying examination ventures have been explicitly adjusted to Sustainable Development Goal 7 and the expect to guarantee accessibility and economical administration of water and disinfection for all. These undertakings and activities are instances of the University's commitment to the SDGs.


 

Energy Efficient Buildings

ITU thrives to increase the number of sustainable buildings in terms of water and energy efficiency. Energy efficient mechanical and electrical appurtenances are used in these buildings.

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Energy-Efficient Lighting and Appliances

ITU promotes use of safe, economic and aesthetic lighting armatures with low energy consumption and energy-efficient appliances have been adopted in indoor and outdoor areas.

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ITU Green Campus Project

ITU has declared several ambitious targets and projects concerning increase the use of zero emission vehicles, pedestrians’ paths and bicycle roads.

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Open Digital Innovation Hub

This research aims to build a self-sustaining house which will serve as an Open Digital Innovation Hub (ODIH) for the entrepreneurs and researchers.

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Sustainable Buildings of ITU

ITU thrives to increase the number of sustainable buildings in terms of water and energy efficiency. Minimizing water use is one of the main objectives of the new constructions.

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Sustainable Gardening Minimizing Water Use in ITU

ITU prefers local plants in the landscape which does not require precipitation more than that in Istanbul. A new garden was established on the campus following permaculture principles.

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Solar Decathlon Africa: Zero Energy and Zero Waste Concept

A team has members from ITU and named as Bosphorus represented Turkey for the first time in Solar Decathlon Africa Competition. The team started the construction of the ReYard House Project with zero energy and zero waste concept.

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We are Managing Our Waste

Waste production and recycling is controlled under Turkish Government and ITU policies.

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A Game of Climate Change: CAMAPOLI

A climate change, adaptation and mitigation game based in Istanbul

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ITU projected the first Super City of Turkey!

A team from ITU designed “zero energy, zero waste and self-sufficient ecological city that produces its own needs” in Eskisehir Kocakır.

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