The objective of the Working Group is to consolidate understanding and knowledge about innovative technologies for Smart Cities (in the framework of the SET-Plan) based on bottom-up input from the platform members, representing a balanced diversity of stakeholders. The WG aims to increase visibility, linking data and resources to potential users and developers and enabling cities and local governments to find the right solutions for cities.
Social innovation is the process of developing and deploying effective solutions to challenging
Co-Creating the Green City - Successful examples of citizens’ participation from the City of Lahti, Finland
Helsinki EU Office and the City of Lahti invites you to a luncheon seminar to learn about Lahti'
Does your company have an ingenious smart city product that you want to
Roadmaps for Energy final conference “Smart Cities Rule the Future! Roads for a green transformation towards 2050”
The Roadmaps for Energy Partnership is pleased to invite to the final
The European Commission's Directorate-General for Research and Innovation published the yearly
21st European Forum on Eco-innovation 5-6 February 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria
The EIP-SCC Marketplace