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Empower citizens to take part in the energy transition could be highly relevant considering the ongoing revisions of the #EnergyEfficiency, #RenewableEnergy and Energy Performance of Buildings Directives.

26 Oct | 14:00-15:30
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How can major events in Dresden be designed to become more sustainable and environmentally conscious? How can information be integrated more effectively?
Participants to the #OpenDataCamp can exchange ideas on the topic and get rewarded👉https://www.dresden.de/de/wirtschaft/wirtschaftsstandort/projekte-kooperationen/open-data-camp-2021.php

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Methodology for integrated modelling and impact assessment of city energy system scenarios

Scientific publication - 27 Aug 2021
As the largest consumers of energy, cities are set to play a key role in the transition towards a greener and healthier future. And with the global population expected to become 70% urban in the future, the challenge is to design cities able to balance energy efficiency, socioeconomic structure and historical identity.

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Integration of Renewables in DHC

Scientific publication - 19 Feb 2021
Eight EU-funded projects share their lessons learnt about the integration of renewable energy sources in district heating and cooling systems

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Open Standards for the Internet of Things

Scientific publication - 04 Sep 2019
The Internet of Things, commonly abbreviated as IoT is a novel paradigm that describes the idea of everyday physical objects being connected to the internet. In the framework of MAtchUP, the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia will be in charge of the IoT devices integration in the VLCi smart city platform in Valencia

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Comparative analysis of standardized indicators for Smart sustainable cities: what indicators and standards to use and when?

Scientific publication - 31 Jan 2019
The choice of the most suitable indicator framework is crucial, but difficult, as it requires expert knowledge. To help cities in their choice, this paper compares seven recently published indicator standards for Smart sustainable cities.

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Twitter

Empower citizens to take part in the energy transition could be highly relevant considering the ongoing revisions of the #EnergyEfficiency, #RenewableEnergy and Energy Performance of Buildings Directives.

26 Oct | 14:00-15:30
https://www.matchup-project.eu/event/eu-sustainable-energy-week-2/

#EUSEW2021

How can major events in Dresden be designed to become more sustainable and environmentally conscious? How can information be integrated more effectively?
Participants to the #OpenDataCamp can exchange ideas on the topic and get rewarded👉https://www.dresden.de/de/wirtschaft/wirtschaftsstandort/projekte-kooperationen/open-data-camp-2021.php

#repaintdresden