CNet has joined the European project RESPONSE which aims to establish a strategic vision for Smart Cities Energy Transition: Climate-neutral cities by 2050.
The project aims to make energy sustainability reality by solving the energy trilemma (security, equity/affordability, environmental sustainability) at building, block and district levels in smart cities. The project builds upon intelligent integrated and interconnected energy systems coupled with demand-oriented city infrastructures, governance models and services that foster energy sustainability.
RESPONSE supports the lighthouse cities of Dijon (FR) and Turku (FI) and their Fellow cities Brussels (BE), Zaragoza (ES), Botosani (RO), Ptolemaida (GR), Gabrovo (BU) and Severodonetsk (UA). RESPONSE is led by the European Institute for Energy Research (EIFER) Germany, technically supported by Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, CERTH, Greece, and comprises of 53 partners in total.
CNet has been invited join for implementing our Bike As a Sensor platform in the city of Dijon.
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