Implementation of innovative technologies in the energy, mobility and ICT
MAtchUP is a demonstration project whose main objective is the implementation of innovative technologies in the energy, mobility and ICT sectors in three lighthouse cities: Valencia in Spain, Dresden in Germany and Antalya in Turkey.
In addition, the project aims to strengthen urban planning processes through models that facilitate the replicability and upscale of interventions. CARTIF is responsible for this Work Package where lighthouse and follower cities (Ostend in Belgium, Kerava in Finland, Skopje in North Macedonia and Herzliya in Israel) will work on developing replicability and upscaling plans that will be the basis for their Plans of Action for Climate and Sustainable Energy.
- Address the challenge of urban transformation through advanced planning.
- Deployment of more than 150 innovative actions in three lighthouse cities.
- Validate the environmental, social and economic impacts generated from the implementation of the previous solutions.
- Ensure the profitability of the actions through innovative business models.
- Promote the emergence of new small businesses through open data platforms.
- Development of a city evaluation framework based on the concept of sustainability.
- Definition of a methodology for the quantification of impacts.
- Implementation of an extensive system for monitoring actions.
- Identify, deploy and validate innovative business models.
- Provide lessons learned in the project to the Covenant of Mayors office.
- Increase in energy efficiency in residential and public buildings (186,000 m2).
- Implementation of 200 electric vehicles (including buses, public and private fleet vehicles and bikes) and 122 charging points.
- Reduction of CO2 emissions: 3.6 kt in buildings and 0.4 kt in transport.
- Contribution of 39% of the energy demand of the project interventions with renewable energies.
|Valencia City Council
||Fundación de la Comunitat Valenciana para la promoción estratégica, el desarrollo y la innovación urbana|
|Witrac Comunicaciones Inteligentes||Universidad Politécnica de Valencia|
|ETRA Investigación y Desarrollo SA||Instituto Tecnológico de la Energía|
|KVELOCE||City of Dresden|
|Technische universitaet Dresden||City of Antalya|
|Municipality of Herzliya||Municipality of Oostend|
|Municipality of Skopje||Municipality of Kerava|
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