EeB PPP Impact Workshop
1-2 April 2014
The two day workshop is organized by the EC with the EeB project representatives. The main objectives are to engage project participants by intensifying cross-project collaboration and to demonstrate the value of the PPP.
R2CITIES coordinator Rubén García from Fundación CARTIF will be attending along with Elisabeth Schmidt from youris.com.
International week for efficient construction and renovation (SICRE)
7-10 May 2014 – Madrid – Spain.
This event is both a professional and commercial gathering of the efficient construction and renovation sectors in a broad sense. It will take place alongside the international Sustainable Constructions fair and the Genera energy and environment fair. Solutions and materials for sustainability, comfort, the environment, energy efficiency and the wellbeing of people.
For further information: SICRE
International HVAC+R Technology Symposium/ International HVAC & Refrigeration Exhibition
8-10 May 2014 - Istanbul Expo Centre - Turkey
The 11th International HVAC+R Technology Symposium will take place in Istanbul. This year, the symposium will be held simultaneously with the International HVAC & Refrigeration Exhibition (ISK-SODEX 2014), which attracted over 82,000 national and international visitors last year. The subjects covered include some of those with direct relevance to R2CITIES such as control and building management systems, heating, air-conditioning applications in buildings.
For further information: International HVAC+R Technology Symposium
Smart City Week
17 -18 June 2014 - Genoa - Italy
As part of Smart City Week in Genoa, the initiative TRANSFORM will host a policy forum. Genoa Municipality is an R2CITIES partner and provide one of the project’s three demonstration sites. For purposes of maximum leverage, other members of the R2CITIES consortium will be participating in the event.
The forum will include two keynote speeches entitled “Ten Points: history and future vision for smart city development in European cities” and “Energy change and Climate Challenge: differences and similarities in varied approaches”. Furthermore there will be discussions on Horizon 2020 and beyond, and innovative approaches to smart cities and communities. Various European projects will pool their experience to highlight best practices.
TRANSFORM is an initiative for a transformation agenda for low-carbon cities. It provides insight into smart city processes and methodologies based on stakeholder co-creation.
For further information: Smart Cities and Communities and TRANSFORM - agenda for low carbon cities