June 27-29, 2018 | Aix-les Bains, France
Development in the field of ICT has an unprecedented pace. Many new technologies are invented and used to make our lives easier, and many of them are used also to combat climate change. Although, we often forget about the negative impact which these new technologies have on our environment. Where does the old computer screen go after we buy a new one? How much energy do we spend on cooling down the data centres? Or how many natural resources had to be exploited for manufacturing our new smartphone?
Join us on Tuesday, 05 June 2018 at 3 pm (CEST) for our webinar “Urban Regeneration Model”.
6 December 2017 - Brussels, Belgium
20th June 2017, Nottingham Trent University
REMOURBAN partner Xeridia will speak at the webinar on "Standards and reference architecture enabling a smart city urban platform" organised by the ESPRESSO project.
The City of Seraing is a member of the EU Delegation of Cities attending the congress
Miguel A. García Fuentes, coordinator of the REMOURBAN project, has been invited to speak at EUSEW session “Sharing smart solutions and experiences - scale-up and replication in European cities”, which will take place on Wednesday 21 June in Brussels, Belgium
Come and see how REMOURBAN interventions are turning Nottingham into a smart city - 23 March 2017, Nottingham (UK)
Isabel Lacave Azpeitia from Acciona Infraestructuras, a member of the REMOURBAN team will participate as keynote speaker at “The social impacts of digitally-enabled energy efficiency in buildings: shaping sustainable energy futures”.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511