REPLICATE Project’s Lighthouse City of Donostia/San Sebastian organized last 26th and 27th of March the European Smart Projects Summit, where representatives and experts across 90 cities from 14 SCC01 (Smart Cities and Communities) projects funded by the H2020 Programme shared their experiences and thoughts about the future of Smart Cities.
The recording of REMOURBAN webinar on high performance districts has been released on YouTube
Watch the recording of REMOURBAN webinar on how to tackle fuel poverty.
A UK council housing estate with a high density of fuel poverty has benefited from an energy makeover which bundles technology, aesthetics and a novel approach to public procurement.
Following on from Nottingham City Council’s announcement that the city aims to be carbon neutral by 2028 the council is aiming to ensure that meeting this target will have a lasting positive impact upon tackling fuel poverty and helping citizens afford the energy they need to heat and power their homes.
Investments into sustainable energy initiatives supporting a clean energy transition are expected to bring jobs and sustainable growth, lower energy bills and health, to for benefit of all European citizens.
Watch the recording of REMOURBAN webinar on innovative procurement for domestic energy retrofitting.
A REMOURBAN team joined other pioneering projects in Barcelona for this year's edition of Smart City Expo World Congress on 13-15 November.
On Tuesday November 20th, AREBS (Seraing) was invited to discuss its sustainable energy action plan in a debate called “the Energy transition, an opportunity for creating jobs and improving quality of life?” in collaboration with APERe (association for the promotion of renewable energy) and CSC union as part of the RISE network, an inter-union network raising awareness on environmental issues for their members.
An immersive and interactive workshop at the Nordic Edge conference late September shone the spotlight on how European project teams can get their message across to citizens.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511