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On 11 December CITyFiED got the award for its sustainable and inclusive activities with Torrelago tenants.
While the United Nations Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC) takes place from the 2nd to the 14th of December 2018 in Katowice, Poland, we have been investigating how district heating can contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gases.
Involving citizens is the biggest challenge to finalise large-scale energy efficiency works in neighbourhoods. An emblematic story comes from Valladolid, Spain, where “no, we can’t” has become “yes, we can”
How The Project Transforms Three International Cities
European network of Women for innovative energy solutions.
Congreso Nacional del Medio Ambiente
Central Europe towards sustainable building
CITyFiED is proud to join forces with the dynamic World Sustainable Energy Days in Wiels, Austria to deliver a hands on session full of practical takeaways and real world insights 2 March 2018
Six months before the end of the project, the CITyFiED community can proudly rely on 59 cities, which consists of demo and cluster cities and those that are part of a community of interest: the regular and active cooperation and exchange among the cities were key elements for the success of the project.
The energy retrofitting works carried out in Torrelago district, in Laguna de Duero, have finished. A total of 31 buildings, formed by 1.488 dwellings, have benefited from this refurbishment, focused on reducing the energy demand and the CO2 emissions through innovation and the use of renewable sources of energy.
At the end of May the consortium came together in Lund, Sweden, to catch up on the latest developments, align on the status of the project and pinpoint future actions.
CITyFiED is honoured to be recognised as a leading international example of “innovative and influential” work in urban transformation by a panel of global city leaders.
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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