After Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, Miskolc is the second city where most electric car chargers are available. In Miskolc, lot of smart solutions are applied: from intelligent camera system trough intelligent traffic management to free Wi-Fi access.
Municipal staff in Valladolid, Spain, are going electric in their daily work. With a fleet of 13 e-cars, the municipality is leading by example in adopting a more ecological behaviour thanks to EU-funded project REMOURBAN.
Liege-Energie asbl and the City of Seraing, represented by its economic agency Arebs, join forces to launch a project of a local energy renovation platform dedicated to citizens and the renovation of private urban housing.
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
An urban district in western Turkey is trialling a smart lighting system in a bid to cut energy bills and be more ecological.
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.
Within the scope of REMOURBAN Project, the member of the energy team informed about the solar power plant established in the demo site of Tepebaşı
On 21st November 2018, the Mayor of Tepebaşı presented the REMOURBAN project at Eskişehir Technical University, where many students and academicians attended.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511