Improve energy efficiency for sustainable districts and the built environment
Create a new culture of urban transport reducing demand for emission-intensive transport models
ICT Integrate infrastructures taking advantage of ICT innovations
Turn citizens into active actors of the sustainable renovation of the city and foster new markets around smart cities
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Three lighthouse cities, Valladolid in Spain, Nottingham in United Kingdom and Tepebasi/Eskisehir in Turkey, pioneer a holistic approach for a sustainable urban regeneration model, supporting organizational, human and economic decision-making processes towards large-scale renovation and city transformation.
Two follower cities, Seraing in Belgium and Miskolc in Hungary, will act as model for European cities in replicating the urban regeneration model, using smart diagnosis and decision-making tools.
On 26 January 2018 representatives of 40 cities sat around the table at the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) with industry representatives and experts to ensure that the €263.84 million invested by the Commission through the Horizon 2020 Smart Cities and Communities programme generates returns.
In early December, a delegation from Oxford City Council travelled to Nottingham to see for themselves how REMOURBAN has been helping it become Britain’s most energy self-sufficient city.
The City for Tomorrow
On February 16, 2005, the Kyoto Protocol entered into force. Thirteen years later, how do we stand now given the recent developments?
EU Sustainable Energy Week
04-08 June 2018
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511