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)".
City of Tartu, University of Tartu and Telia continue their cooperation in creating a better and more innovative living environment
The SmartEnCity project partners City of Tartu, University of Tartu and Telia Eesti signed a memorandum of understanding, aiming to continue cooperation in building a better and more innovative living environment
From 18.-19.10.2016, SmartEnCity was represented at a joint stand together with the other six European Smart City Lighthouse Projects at the SGBC16.
The 1st SmartEnCity Newsletter is available, informing about the SmartEnCity project and its vision of bringing medium-sized cities across Europe towards Smart Zero CO2 Cities.
Progress in the Lighthouse city Vitoria-Gasteiz – 6 months of diverse activities for getting the project into action
During the first six months of the SmartEnCity Lighthouse project in Vitoria-Gasteiz, the activities focused mainly on the preparation of the following project implementation.
During the project’s first six months, the Sonderborg Lighthouse city has gotten off to a good start.
During a first workshop in Tartu, the project has now launched its network of associated cities.
On 27th May 2016 project partner Fortum opened the Baltics’ first district cooling plant in Tartu. Partially financed by the SmartEnCity project, the plant is also equipped with solar panels and a heat pump.
The SmartEnCity project started in February 2016. During the next 5-and-a-half years, the project consortium will join efforts to make Smart Zero Carbon Cities a reality in Europe – starting with Vitoria-Gasteiz, Tartu and Sonderborg.