The H2020 project REMOURBAN publishes a new set of Information Packages on technical solutions for Smart Cities

Sep. 11, 2019

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REMOURBAN is a 5-year EU-funded project aimed at designing and validating a sustainable urban regeneration model in the Lighthouse cities of Nottingham (UK), Valladolid (Spain) and
Tepebasi/Eskişehir (Turkey), while maximising its replication potential in two Follower cities, Seraing (Belgium) and Miskolc (Hungary).

The Urban Regeneration Model (URM) is a methodological guide resulting from the technical innovations developed and implemented during the project. It combines energy, mobility and ICT to improve the quality of life in European cities. The urban renovation strategy is based on citizen engagement to ensure social acceptance and make them the cornerstone of the smart city of the
future.

The REMOURBAN model also features new business models for city renovation and strategies to address non-technical barriers and help public administrations and local governments understand their goals and objectives and evaluate the progress in making their cities smarter and more sustainable environments.

REMOURBAN published a new set of Information Packages on technical solutions for Smart Cities:

To know more about the project, you can read its final brochure here.

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