KTH Live-In Lab – Testbeds for Accelerated Innovation
KTH Live-In Lab offers something as unique as a full-scale test beds, ranging from apartments, education building, hotel, changeable interior design and infrastructure, database for user and property data, and a very valuable collaboration platform.
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.
Urban ICT Arena: Testbeds for digitalisation in an urban environment
Urban ICT Arena is a co-creation arena in Kista Science City, one of the world’s leading ICT-clusters, that believes in cooperation as crucial for meeting the goals set out in Agenda 2030. Urban ICT Arena provides tools for ICT companies and the public sector to overcome tomorrow’s challenges – today.
IntegrCity aims at developing and implementing a decision-support platform focusing on planning and designing integrated energy networks and further infrastructure developments. While city planners and energy companies can take advantage of the platform while planning energy supply infrastructure, the projects have also tested different energy supply and energy storage solutions both in Sweden and in Switzerland.
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!
Drottninghög – developing a socially sustainable area
Drottninghög, a neighborhood in Helsingborg, is in the process of developing both a physical and socially sustainable area. Together with the residents, real estate companies and the city of Helsingborg we transform a worn down residential area into an attractive and included part of the city.
District heating and cooling – A more sustainable energy production
With a water-filled rock chamber beneath Kungsholmen in Stockholm, the energy company Stockholm Exergi has been able to substantially increase capacity in the city’s network for district cooling. The ordinary cooling plants in buildings can be phased out, and both high electricity needs and the risk of leakage of ozone-depleting substances will decrease along with them.
BioDiverCity – green innovation in urban environments
Green areas in cities are fundamental for people to live and thrive. By implementing green areas, the temperature in cities is lowered, the risk of flooding is minimized and noise decreased. Green areas do not only increase the well-being of humans, but also help increase biodiversity and provides several other beneficial ecosystem services.