In order to prepare the next tender for the renovation of the next 9 buildings in demo-district Coronación, project partner VISESA organised an Information Day for local construction companies.
This month's Bulletin is focused on the best practice stories from 2018 from different cities within the SmartEnCity network.
The Smart City Information System SCIS has published the first video resulting out of their video competition "Travel, Share & Learn" launched at the beginning of 2018.
Already in November last year, 8 people from the city government of Tartu visited Lighthouse City Stavanger of our sister project Triangulum for an intense knowledge-transfer.
On December 11, the newly created local Estonian Smart City Network, known as the Smart City Club, gathered for its second meeting.
The new Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plan (SECAP) of Tartu called “Tartu Energy 2030+” is well underway with the second foresight workshop, that took place on 19th November 2018 and was organised by SmartEnCity project partners IBS, TREA and Tartu city.
This months’ Bulletin focuses on different ICT solutions that cities use in their smart energy transitions.
The 31st December 2018 will be the last chance for Coronación neighbours to sign up for the SmartEnCity retrofitting works, and therefore, the chance to receive financial support from a European grant and other specific institutional grants linked to this project.
Tartu's new EV chargers are not only fast but also providing standards to charge most electric cars. The chargers were funded with the support of the SmartEnCity project and will be maintained by OÜ Elektritransport.
On 1.-2. November, SmartEnCity project partner University of Tartu organised a planning conference. More than 350 participants from Estonian research institutions, public, private and third sectors were participating and discussing topics related to spatial planning.