GrowSmarter Cologne shows trend-setting climate protection measures - convince yourself. Citizens have the opportunity to inspect all measures which have been realized so far in the project GrowSmarter Cologne at the Study Visit (26th& 27 th April 2017).
The European Union is promoting sustainable urban development in MĂĽlheim. Houses in the Stegerwaldsiedlung are extensively renovated, equipped with district heating and heat pumps, numerous mobile stations are established in the urban area and consumers can contribute with their own applications to environmental and climate protection.
Place: TOWN HALL, Spanischer Bau
Welcome (Mr. Dr. Rau).Presentation of Site Cologne and Stand Project Overview (Mrs. Dr. MĂ¶hlendick, Mrs. Egenolf.
SmartCity Conference Cologne, Cologne Mobility 2025 plus (Mrs. Stromberg-Mallmann)
Hackathon, Environmental and Sensor Technology Live stream with Barcelona and Stockholm Construction, application, new business model (Mr.Blauhut)
Bike-tour with KVB rental bicycles to the Stegerwald settlement
Group 1, WP2 Low energy districts: Tour through the settlement. Integrated approach of managing energy with Siedlungsmanagement (virtual power plant). Mieterstrom (tenant electricity), battery storage, Smart Home district heating, heat pumps. (Mr. Remacly)
Group 2, WP 3: Integrated Infrastructure, WP 4: Mobility. Presentation open data platform, Cockpit CarSharing in the settlement (Mr. Blauhut, Mr. Borgert).
For more information: former programm point
Visit Mobility station, Cambio CarSharing, Ampido App, KVB rental bikes, charging station and introduction e-Bus
Demonstration data center and Price winner â€śGreen itâ€ť for energy efficiency (Mr. Kernke)
A contingent of particularly low-priced hotel rooms (69 â‚¬ per night) for the Study Visit Cologne is available in the Motel One until 29.3.2017. Please use the booking form to order the rooms.
In addition to Stockholm and Barcelona, Cologne is the first German lighthouse town in the EU Horizon 2020 research project GrowSmarter, which the European Commission is funding with 25 million euros. The aim is to reduce particulate matter pollution and energy consumption as well as to contribute to sustainable mobility. The pilot area is MĂĽlheim, the Stegerwaldsiedlung is the project area.
By the end of 2019 residential buildings in the existing buildings will be energetically renovated, low-mobility mobility solutions will be implemented and modern communication technologies will be used to combine concepts and data from the fields of energy and mobility.more information