Stockholm Public Transport – The journey to sustainable public transport
Stockholm public transport (SL) is on a journey to become the most sustainable public transport provider in the world. Achieving a low environmental impact has been a priority for a long time. Today, the SL public transport system is operated on fossil-free fuels and energy from renewable sources.
Glava Energy Center
Glava Energy Center is an arena where different partners cooperate to create new opportunities for innovation, learning, development and testing in the field of especially PV-solar energy. The aim is to contribute to sustainable energy solutions and a more efficient use of energy.
BRF Viva Building House Association
Energy storage in the Viva housing association is part of the research project Riksbyggen Positive Footprint Housing. There is also a connection to the ElectriCity cooperation through the bus batteries that will be utilised. This can be used as leverage in the communication about energy storage.
H22 – The making of A Smarter City
The Helsingborg international city expo in 2022, and the work leading up to it, is a major investment aiming to explore and lead the way to a smarter and more sustainable urban planning and city life. Our goal is to be one of Europe’s most innovative cities in 2022. Welcome to join our journey!
Biogas Xpose: sustainable biogas production through innovative technologies
BIOGAS XPOSE demonstrates how a region with a high demand for biomethane (BM) can increase the production of BM as a renewable vehicle fuel in an economically and environmentally viable fashion by maximizing regional waste as the resource. The project is reducing the total emissions of carbon dioxide with 334 600 tonnes by sustainable production of BM that replaces fossil fuels in the transportation sector. The project ended in 2018.
Swedish National Geodata Strategy
The Swedish National Geodata Strategy is based on five societal challenges for the Swedish society where geodata is expected to contribute to solutions:
innovation and business growth, digitization of public administration, streamlining of the urban planning process, climate adaptation and environmental threats, and defense and civil contingencies.
Umeå Smart City
In Umeå we are working together with several partners around Europe, but especially with our partner cities Rotterdam and Glasgow, to develop the Smart City. Some characteristics of a smart city is that it is digital and energy efficient. The different technical systems need to be connected and interact with each other, but also the city’s companies, organizations and its people need to connect and interact with each other.