The SmartEnCity Network (SEC/N) serves as a platform for SmartEnCity replication, dissemination and exploitation activities. The SEC/N has successfully ended its 12 first months. Many initiatives have been taken to attract interest, create content platforms and provide structure. The SmartEnCity Network now consists of 12 Network members, including the Lighthouse and Follower cities. The ambition is to grow this number to 200 network members before month 24.
Smart City for the Citizens annual conference organised by SmartEnCity project partner Smart City Lab
The second annual smart city conference Smart City for the Citizens 2017 took place on 1st June in the Estonian National Museum, Tartu.
Vitoria-Gasteiz has selected 55 teams of designers for the retrofiitting actions and started a traininigs process in order to establish a stock of teams with guaranteed technical qualifications.
Citizen event with construction companies to explain upcoming retrofitting measures and showing case studies in Tartu
In May 2017, the local SmartEnCity experts organised a citizen engagement and learning event in Tartu.
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.
This year´s Tour de Flens took place on 29th April and was again a major attraction. Starting in Denmark’s Lighthouse Citiy Sonderborg and finishing in Flensburg, Germany, it stopped at locations with solar panels and other innovative energy solutions.
The municipal government of Vitoria-Gasteiz approves the plan for project deployment in Demo District
On April 27, 2017, the municipal government of Vitoria-Gasteiz approved the Special Plan of the Coronation District that regulates the urban planning of the foreseen actions for the development of the SmartEnCity program in this area of the city.
The Lighthouse City of Tartu has received a lot of media attention during the past months. Actually 2 TV programmes were interested in SmartEnCity activities focussing on the area "Khrushchyovkas" and retrofitting measures.
SmartEnCity Network presented its fourth webinar on 19.04.2017: 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.
About 60 designer teams have been selected to become part of the list “eligible for the retrofitting projects” in Vitoria-Gasteiz. This list is the result of a public tender that took place during February and March this year.