Successful implementation of smart energy city projects in Europe is crucial for a sustainable transition of urban energy systems and the improvement of quality of life for citizens.
Learn how to develop and implement three innovative financing schemes that have been tested by 11 European cities and regions!
According to criteria from the European Parliament’s in-house think tank, almost all cities in Nordic countries are smart cities.
For a sustainable, safer and more competitive Europe
If energy efficiency rules and eco-design product standards were harmonised across the globe, the savings in energy and greenhouse gas emissions would be enormous, a new European Commission study has found. Up to 7,600 TWh of electricity would be saved by 2030 – a 13% reduction on the business as usual scenario
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511