The REMOURBAN approach towards smarter and more sustainable cities has been presented at Sustainable Places 2016 (29 June – 1 July 2016 in Anglet, France).
The event is an annual appointment on energy efficiency at building, district and city level co-organised by RESILIENT and PERFORMER projects. In this occasion scientist, researchers and experts developing innovative solutions for the environmental sustainability of urban areas meet and discuss their research outcomes.
During the “End-User Energy Management” session Miguel Garcia, coordinator of REMOURBAN, gave an overview of our project and presented the citizen engagement model which is being followed in Valladolid. Miguel also presented other topics like the ultra-fast charging installation for e-buses in Nottingham and the low temperature district heating method. Both topics have been positively received by the audience who has been particularly interested in understanding their scope for replication in other contexts.
Are you interested in viewing Miguel’s full presentation “Lighting the way towards smarter and more sustainable cities: the REMOURBAN regeneration model”? Click here and download it.
11 July 2016
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511