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Sinfonia Competition of ideas for pupils in Innsbruck
alpS is organising a competition of ideas for Innsbruck pupils in 2019. In that framework, pupils will be invited to submit a project idea focusing on sustainable energy supply, renewable energies, smart city, new energy sources or climate protection.
The main station of Rosenheim willl be retrofitted- in a smart way!
A reduction of 61 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year is expected.
Back to school time for energy efficiency in Central Europe
While a second school is being renovated in Innsbruck as part of the Sinfonia Smart City Initiative, several cities in Central Europe are following the same example.
Challenges and solutions for social housing refurbishment in Aachen
Since 2010, the northern district of Aachen is engaged in a vast urban renewal programme aiming to improve the citizens’ quality of life and make the district a vibrant and sustainable place to live.
Register for the “Smart eco-buildings and social housing: from design to reality” workshop!
On 27 April 2017, one day ahead of the International Passive House Conference, SINFONIA and SMARTER TOGETHER project partners will participate in a worshop organised by the EU-GUGLE smart city initiative in Vienna to share results and experiences on smart and sustainable refurbishment solutions for social housing apartment buildings.
Developing into a smart city: a new outfit for social housing in Bolzano
Presentation of the SINFONIA project to improve the energy efficiency of buildings of the City of Bolzano and of the IPES institute
First renovation completed !
The school “Siegmairschule” completed retrofit works in 2015 developed and commissioned by Innsbrucker Immobilien Gmbh & Co KG, which have resulted in a significant energy efficiency improvement
SINFONIA for pupils – Contribution to the Youth Day of the Young University Innsbruck
On the 6th of November around 300 pupils got in touch with the contents of SINFONIA. During workshops and an ideas competition Tyrolean children and adolescents created ideas on aspects of the Smart City of the future.
School students tell us what the smart city of the future looks like at “Young University – day of action” 2017
After the success of the “Young University – day of action” 2015, the University of Innsbruck decided to renew the experience on the 21stof April 2017 with students from the schools refurbished as part of the SINFONIA project.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research,
technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 609019.