Polis managed the Sustainable Urban Mobility activities within the EIP-SCC Market Place.
The European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities (EIP-SCC) was an initiative supported by the European Commission bringing together cities, industry, SMEs, banks, research and other smart city actors. The EIP-SCC Market Place was been designed for those who are active in the challenging area of Smart Cities and willing to know more about ongoing and foreseen activities throughout Europe. The Market Place included two Sustainable Urban Mobility Initiatives: Smart Mobility Services and EV4SCC looking into electromobility.
The Marketplace of the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities (EIP-SCC) Brochure is available here
Smart City Projects are a very common occurrence across cities, some funded by EU budgets, some by city, regional or national budgets and some by the private sector. Driven by the same challenges that EU cities are facing to ensure secure, affordable and clean energy, smart electro-mobility and smart tools and services, always showcasing their economic viability towards ensuring their replication potential in other cities.
These projects include Lighthouse and Follower cities, working together on project sites to demonstrate these processes, technologies and business models to transform their ecosystems into smarter and more sustainable places.
Click here for an overview of the project sites
EIP-SCC Market Place's latest publications:
The impact of the EU’s changing electricity market design on the development of smart and sustainable cities and energy communities
Self Reporting Tool (SRT) guide: The Self-Reporting Guide for EU co-funded Energy-efficient Buildings (EeB) and Smart Cities and Communities (SCC) projects will help your steps
Solution Booklet Batteries and PV: The overall goal of the transition in the electricity system is to increase the share of renewable energy sources in
For more information about the initiative, please visit EIP-SCC Market Place website