Public Lecture on “Smart city and smart citizens - how to control the environmental burden?” at University of Tartu
On February 1, this year's first public lecture in the SmartEnCity lecture series was held by PhD student Veronika Mooses and lecturer Age Poom at the University of Tartu, a key SmartEnCity project partner. The topics that were covered were changes in the society, sustainability, smart city and technology and the SmartEnCity project.
With the beginning of the New Year the final appearance of the first retrofitted façade has come to light. After several months of hard work, citizens can finally have a look at the results of the retrofitting works on the early adopter’s building in Eulogio Serdán Street.
Lighthouse City Sonderborg has put its way to zero carbon into writing; on 33 pages and in colour, the Roadmap 2025 is describing Sonderborg’s challenging journey.
Find out about the Integrated Energy Planning progress of Tartu. Learn about the Good Practice Label that was awarded to Rome, Sonderborg's success story video and much more.
The annual sTARTUp Day business festival took place from 29th to 31st January in Tartu, Estonia. The festival is offering a floor to new businesses, innovative and new technologies, to share startup success stories and lessons learned. The two-day stage program hosted several pitching competitions, hands-on seminars with professionals and a large expo area where companies had the opportunity to present their latest innovations. The event had nearly 4000 visitors from 65 different countries and hosted more than 1400 matchmaking meetings.
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.