smart cities

Across Europe citizens are being put centre stage in efforts to move towards a more sustainable and liveable built environment. How are EU-funded projects embracing this citizen engagement as they innovate?  
Post date: 24 okt 2018
Type: Nyheder

Trial operation has begun for the latest heat towers of the storage tanks at Reick power station. The Technical University of Dresden monitors the effectiveness of the district heating system.
Post date: 27 aug 2018
Type: Nyheder

BY&FORCITIZENS conference on “Smart Regeneration of Cities and Regions” will provide a forum to gain comprehensive insights into the opportunities and challenges conferred by further development of Smart Cities and Communities initiatives across Europe. The overall aim is to review and better understand the steps that city leaders, delegates, policymakers and other relevant stakeholders around Europe take to transform their cities into great and attractive places in which to live and work, creating strong local ecosystems.
Post date: 27 aug 2018
Type: Begivenhed

Three research institutions from the STARDUST consortium shared their insights with a network of Spanish universities as to how Smart Cities can act as exemplary figures for replication to their regions  
Post date: 16 jul 2018
Type: Nyheder

Disruptive ideas on Smart City Solutions were showcased in Tampere’s industrial Hackathon innovation challenge  
Post date: 10 jul 2018
Type: Nyheder

Valladolid, 20-21 September 2018   Cities belong to their citizens; comprising an economic, social and cultural asset for which all are responsible of taking care of in order to assure the future of the following generations. Considering this premise, cities are the most important growth pole of the European Union, while more than two thirds of the European population lives in urban areas and this share continues to grow. Due to their high density, cities offer a huge potential for improving sustainability towards a carbon-neutral new concept of life.  
Post date: 10 jul 2018
Type: Nyheder

At the end of May the consortium came together in Lund, Sweden, to catch up on the latest developments, align on the status of the project and pinpoint future actions.   
Post date: 10 jul 2018
Type: Nyheder

The building sector is the largest energy-consuming sector in Europe. As retrofitting works are often unaffordable for people who own apartments in old blocks, the EU has had to step in   Spain is known as a land of sun and heat. But even here there are regions that have to face icy winter temperatures. In Valladolid, in the north of the country, many of the almost 300,000 inhabitants are in poorly isolated buildings built in the 1960s.  
Post date: 13 jun 2018
Type: Nyheder

Smart Cities aims to popularize modern technologies and practices that can turn our cities into more eco-friendly and effective systems. It is a meeting point for solution providers and consumers. The parallel conference offers a chance to obtain information on current trends, legislation and perspectives. Among the event participants are companies offering solutions for passive houses, public transport innovations, energy efficient lighting, software for smart buildings and industry, etc.
Post date: 11 jun 2018
Type: Begivenhed

URBAN GreenUP consortium partners gathered together from the 16th to the 18th of January 2018 in Izmir for its 2nd Periodic Meeting, an occasion to share knowledge and progress on the implementation of urban renaturing plans in the front-runner cities and open the way to the replication process in the follower cities  
Post date: 23 feb 2018
Type: Nyheder