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One of CITyFiED ’s main objectives is to help cities get smarter, faster. By sharing a wealth of experiences in district level renovation and regeneration, the project can be a risk-saver, cost-saver and time-saver for cities, agencies and industries that occasionally struggle to hit Europe’s ambitious energy targets and deliver scalable change.
The Torrelago district in Laguna de Duero, Spain is home to about 4,500 inhabitants in nearly 1,500 dwellings and 31 early 1980’s buildings. A deep energy efficient retrofit is taking place as part of the EU funded CITyFiED project and captured the attention of policy makers, councillors and energy experts from nineteen European cities and the project consortium during an in depth study tour.
Interview with Klaus Dillinger, deputy mayor for Building, Environment and Transport in the city of Ludwigshafen, Germany
“I’m out to prove the obvious,” says best-selling author Parag Khanna, “More connectivity is better.” “The transfer of technology and best practices” through learning networks of cities are “incredibly important, more important than every climate summit that’s ever been held in the world.”
Brussels and pan-European, 29 May – 2 June 2017
Glasgow, United Kingdom - 14-17 May 2017
Stuttgart, Germany - 26-28 April 2017
Madrid, 26-27 April 2017
Members of the consortium are delighted to have been retained as one of the 20 principal presentations and two written publications for III Congreso Ciudades Inteligentes" Smart City Conference in Madrid, April 26-27, 2017.
SCEWC took place the 15– 17 November in Barcelona – and CITyFiED was pleased to be present and active on the SmartCity Valladolid y Palencia stand.
In the pursuit of a high performance ICT backbone, CITyFiED joined major industry and telecoms players and researchers at the DAREED ICT Solution for Smart Cities Workshop held in Seville 23 November 2016.
Project consortium partner and key player at the Lund demonstration site, energy company Kraftringen, has been awarded at a prize ceremony in Paris, arranged by the European Centre of Employers and Enterprises, CEEP.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 609129
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