Smarter is cleaner — lessons learned from the SCC1 smart city projects on grids, storage and prosumer models
Learn more about the replication potential of SmartEnCity and the other Smart Cities and Communities lighthouse projects!
European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW), launched by the European Commission, is a month-long series of activities to build a secure energy future for Europe.
Create a Low Carbon Mobility system in your city to improve the livability and to support your integrated transition towards a smart zero carbon city. Learn about the future role of city mobility systems, and learn from best practice examples from Denmark and Spain.
The annual conference will take place in the National Museum in Tartu. Hundreds of smart city enthusiasts are expected to listen to interesting speakers and benefit from best practices and examples from all over Europe.
The conference and B2B Matchmaking Event “FUTURE OF BUILDING” gives you a new perspective on the latest developments in the building and infrastructure sector.
The event focuses on practical, scalable applications of smart city initiatives to improve infrastructure and quality of life.
Setup under the frame of the EUREKA Spanish Chair (2016-2017), this event will be an opportunity for all the participants to meet, share ideas, interact and discuss with 400 stakeholders from European industry, SMEs, academy, policymakers, representatives from regional and local authorities and many more.
The 13th International Conference on Concentrator Photovoltaics (CPV-13) is the premier technical conference in the areas of high- and low-concentration PV components, modules, and tracker-based PV systems.
The International Passive House Conference brings together about 1000 passive house stakeholder from around the globe.
RENEXPO® in the Western Balkans is the biggest international trade fair for experts from the energy and water sector.
The 6th International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems (SMARTGREENS) will bring together researchers, designers, developers and practitioners interested in the advances and applications in the field of Smart Cities, Green Information and Communication Technologies, Sustainability, Energy Aware Systems and Technologies.
SmartEnCity Network Webinar 4: Energy Retrofitting of Buildings – Cost effective energy transition and learnings from European municipalities
Strengthen your city’s cost effective energy transition by balancing efforts for Energy Retrofitting of Buildings in relation to the energy system. Learn about how cities benefit from the right balance and learn from best practice examples from Estonia and Denmark of how to unlock the potential of energy retrofitting of buildings in different contexts.
The Spanish Network of Smart Cities (RECI) and Tecma Red Group are ready for the second edition of Smart Cities Congress to be held on 13 and 14 April in Madrid. SmartEnCity will be presented in the congress brochure.
SmartEnCity Network Webinar 3: Empower your city transition – Citizen Engagement learnings from European municipalities
Technology and planning is not enough, people can speed up your transition. Learn about why cities should engage its citizens and stakeholders, and learn from best practice examples from Spain and Denmark.
Visit the SmartEnCity project at the TIMELESSCITY event on “Smart, Sustainable and Resilient Cities”! A joint booth with the other Smart Cities and Communities Lighthouse Projects funded under Horizon 2020 will be organised.
SmartEnCity Network is organising a Network meeting, inviting members and interested cities, municipalities and other key stakeholders to a day packed with information...
Building upon webinar 1, this webinar moves a step closer to the actions on city level, laying out a replicable approach for how to implement energy transition at city level. Based on learnings from Danish and Spanish cities this webinar will focus on the topics: stakeholder process, typical steps and relevant tools as three general principles in energy transition planning at city level. The focus will be elaborated in case examples from Denmark and Spain.
Today many cities are lowering their carbon emissions. This is by adding more renewable energy, improving energy efficiency and saving energy. Many cities are in the early stages of this transition. This webinar presents an approach that cities can use in their transition to becoming a smart low carbon city. A case example from Denmark is used to illustrate some of the action that is happening in this area and share specific experiences from that country.
The SCEWC is the leading event to get inspiration from the most advanced laboratories exploring the future of our cities
This year's conference addresses how the built environment can actively contribute to sustainable living and a more stable climate.