ATELIER is a demonstration project whose main objective is the design, implementation and validation of Positive Energy Districts (PEDs) in Amsterdam and Bilbao, avoiding 1.7kton of CO2 emissions, through the integration of smart urban solutions which will facilitate the deployment of the PEDs and consequently ensure their replication in the six fellow cities.
In addition, cities will work on the definition of a City Vision to face the decarbonization of the energy system of the city by 2050. For covering this purpose, working groups in each city will be stablished and tools and methodologies to support policy makers and urban planner along the decision-making process will be developed.
- Reduction of CO2 emissions through the deployment of smart urban solutions, facilitating their integration, local renewable energy production and high energy efficiency.
- Collaboration and knowledge exchange for the implementation and replication of PEDs through the participation of the main stakeholders (public authorities, knowledge institutions, industry, and citizens) due to ATELIER’s network creation.
CARTIF will participate in the following actions:
- Deployment of smart urban solutions for the definition of Bilbao’s PED located in Zorrotzaure island : Smart energy management systems in buildings, low temperature heat and cold network, smart mobility services, etc.
- Replicability strategy definition leadership, as well as its deployment to deliver six replicability plans in the six fellows cities.
- Increase in the use of renewable energy, waste heat recovery and energy storage solutions integrated in the energy system.
- PEDs development and deployment leadership.
- Energy efficiency improvement and an optimized self-consumption at district level.
- Improvement of electric mobility solutions.
- Air quality in lighthouse cities improvement.
- a huge catalogue of innovative solutions highly replicable.
|City of Amsterdam||City of Bilbao|
|CARTIF||De Waag Society|
|Amsterdam Univsersity of Applied Scienes||Steinbeis Europa Zemtrum|
|Zabala Innovation Consulting||Eddwin Oostmeijer projectontowikkeling|
|República Development VOF||PSI|
|City of Krakow||City of Copenhagen|
|City of Bratislava||City of Budapest|
|City of Matoshinos||City of Riga|
|Fraunhofer ITWM||Cluster de Energía|
Smart cities projects:
NEUTRALPATH has an objective to demonstrate the deployment of clean and positive energy districts (PCED) designed through participative processes focused on the citizen and that contributes significantly to the transformation of cities towards climate-neutrality at the time horizon 2030.
REHOUSE project has as main objective the development and demonstration, up to TRL7, of 8 renovation innovative technologies packages, designed for covering a wide range of building renovation actions, allowing overcome the actual barriers that makes the renovation rates in Europe being low.
NetZeroCities recognisses the need for cities to develop specific strategies that are tailores to suit local and regional contexts, and will support them by aggregated and co-desgined services and thematic expertise through a one-stop-shop platform accessible to all cities through an online portal (Mission Platform)
MAKING-CITY’s main objective is to achieve low-carbon cities thanks to the development of strategies aimed at transforming the urban energy system.
MAtchUP is a demonstration project whose main objective is the implementation of innovative technologies in the energy, mobility and ICT sectors
The mySMARTLife project seeks to create sustainable and ecological cities, increasing energy efficiency, the use of renewable energy and reducing CO2 emissions.
Nature4Cities’ objective is to improve decision-making in cities with collaborative nature-based models that can be integrated into urban planning in cities.
SmartEnCity aims at a comprehensive sustainable urban regeneration model based on innovative technological solutions for energy, transport and ICTs
REMOURBAN’s objective is to develop and validate in three lighthouse cities (Valladolid-Spain, Nottingham-UK and Tepebaşı-Turkey) an urban, holistic and replicable regeneration model that facilitates the process of transforming urban environments into more sustainable and intelligent areas.
The CITyFiED European project, co-financed by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Program, aims to develop an integrated strategy to adapt existing cities to more sustainable and smart cities.