During the last months, technical issues were in the focus of the activities within the lighthouse city of Tartu. But apart from this two highlights directed at the Tartu’s citizens have taken place: Tartu arranged a very successful art competition and launched a lecture series in cooperation with the University of Tartu...
Sonderborg is putting the citizen engagement strategy into practice: together with the families participating in this programme, it started yesterday with a day packed with information and action.
The project partners are organising a series of webinars which will present practical experience and provide knowledge about the low carbon transition of cities.
SmartEnCity Network presents first webinar on Dec 16th: Strategic Energy Planning in countries and cities
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 international competition launched as part of Tartu’s SmartEnCity activities to find artists to create works for the Khrushchev-era buildings in the city centre has come to an end. A total of 54 artists from Estonia and abroad are interested in contributing to the urban design project.
“Planning an energy-efficient city” is the new SmartEnCity lecture series of Tartu in close cooperation with the University of Tartu.
From ‘khrushchyovkas’ to ‘smartovkas’ – 20 apartment buildings in Tartu´s SmartEnCity demo district are not only waiting to be fully renovated and turned into modern, energy-efficient houses but also to become unique and attractive places. Therefore the City of Tartu is inviting artists to participate in the International Art Competition…
The Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC) in Barcelona is the international smart cities discussion summit linking the urban reality with the technological revolution. The 2016 edition (15-17 November) hosted nearly 17 000 visitors, 591 exhibitors, 420 speakers and more than 600 cities. The event attracts the highest level of stakeholders in the context of urban development and innovative technologies. This year´s debate was held around the topics of collaborative economy, energy innovation, sustainable mobility, co-creation dynamics, open data integration, and the need to invest in education, health and support systems for aging populations.
H-Enea Living Lab and ACEDE, in collaboration with the Vitoria-Gasteiz Municipality and Visesa (Public Housing Agency), in order to inform the citizens of Coronación district, designed and produced the first exhibition that could have been visited in September (from 12th to 24th) in the local cultural centre Aldabe. The first part of the show and activities included the proposals and consultation regarding Coronación district renovation.
On its 10th anniversary, the organisers of the “Basque real estate annual Exhibition” invited Visesa to present the "Urban regeneration project integrated in the neighbourhood of Coronation (Vitoria-Gasteiz)".