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ATELIER “AmsTERdam and BiLbao cItizen drivEn smaRt cities”

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On February 26, 2024, SPCleantech participated in the ATELIER meeting “AmsTERdam and BiLbao cItizen drivEn smaRt cities” and the Atelier Innovation initiative at the Krakow Climate Education Center. The meeting organized by the Department of Municipal Economy and Climate of the Krakow City Hall is a platform for selecting the best ideas and solutions in the field of climate change, where participants will actively participate in decision-making processes, developing innovative technologies and shaping Positive Energy Districts in Krakow.

The aim of the project is to identify and overcome existing obstacles and threats, aimed at ensuring durability, sustainable development and availability of these solutions for all residents and entities of Krakow.

The topic of the meeting was Integrated Energy Systems and Electromobility. The organizers encouraged participants to participate in this creative process, which is of key importance for the future of Krakow.

ATELIER “AmsTErdam and BiLbao cItizen drivEn smaRt cities”, is a project financed by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 program. Coordinated by the City of Amsterdam, the project combines the knowledge and commitment of 30 partners from 11 countries. ATELIER focuses on developing Citizen-Powered Energy Positive Districts in two flagship cities: Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Bilbao (Spain). Successfully implemented solutions in these two cities will then be replicated and tested for feasibility in six companion cities, including Krakow.

ATELIER puts citizens at the center of action, ensuring that residents, local initiatives and energy communities are an integral part of decision-making processes and project activities.