Brainport

The city of Eindhoven is one of the three economic engines of The Netherlands. With its Brainport 2020 Strategy, developed jointly by knowledge, business and public partners within the city and region, Eindhoven has determined its strategic objectives for city and region for the coming decade. The key ambitions of Eindhoven include continuing of being a sustainable, technologically innovative, inclusive, safe and economically successful city for all its citizens.

Latest Updates

  • By Hilary Webb

ERRIN members preparing for Cities Mission co-creation activities with MOSAIC

Last month, ERRIN’s project MOSAIC ran an open call to find cities and regions preparing for the Mission on Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities, interested in collaborating with MOSAIC on their citizen engagement activities. ERRIN is pleased to share that 14 ERRIN members are being engaged under this initiative.

  • By Hilary Webb

Join the city of Eindhoven in a consortium of 5/6 public buyers purchasing innovative blockchain solutions for social services

The city of Eindhoven is looking for 5 other cities/regions interested in cooperation amongst public buyers towards the increased use and impact of public procurement to develop innovative blockchain solutions for social services.

  • By Hilary Webb

EUSEW 2020 Awards winners announced

Last week the winners of the EU Sustainable Energy Awards were announced at EU Sustainable Energy Week 2020 (EUSEW).

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Fossil free district

Like all cities in the Netherlands, Eindhoven is currently looking how to comply with the target set by the Dutch national government to phase out the use of natural gas for cooking and heating by 2050.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Designing healthy and inclusive cities

The city of Eindhoven has agreed a long term strategic approach for the redevelopment of its city centre.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

Using industrial rest heat for heating of homes

The Netherlands recently agreed a strategic ambitions to phase out the use of natural gas for heating and cooking in The Netherlands. This ambition was necessary due to the recent earthquackes in the north of the country which are directly linked to the extraction of natural gas from the soil.