Smart Sustainable Cities a strategic innovation agenda Project

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Smart Sustainable Cities – a strategic innovation agenda Project leaders: Mattias Höjer, hojer@kth. se

Smart Sustainable Cities – a strategic innovation agenda Project leaders: Mattias Höjer, [email protected] se and Olga Kordas [email protected] se Financed by Swedish Energy Agency and Vinnova The city we want: smart and sustainable, Genoa, June 18 2014

What is a SIA-SSC about? Smart SSC Sustainable Cities

What is a SIA-SSC about? Smart SSC Sustainable Cities

Why? Because we see an enormous potential and want to - ”Help” the Energy

Why? Because we see an enormous potential and want to - ”Help” the Energy agency and Vinnova identify needs and opportunities and prioritise activities - Create a basis for an application on a ”Strategic Innovation Program” The SIA on Smart Sustainable Cities is being developed by more than 20 large organisations in cooperation during 2014

What? Show the area can meet global challenges Identify stakeholders and challenge them to

What? Show the area can meet global challenges Identify stakeholders and challenge them to position themselves Define activities for reaching the targets

Who? ABB Electrolux Ericsson Fortum IBM Intel NCC Siemens Sweco Telia. Sonera Vasakronan SP

Who? ABB Electrolux Ericsson Fortum IBM Intel NCC Siemens Sweco Telia. Sonera Vasakronan SP Swedish ICT City of Malmö Skåne Regional Council City of Stockholm KTH Royal Institute of Technology Lund University HS 2020 Swedish Union of Tenants ITU – SSC (FN) Swedish National Grid Swedish Transport Adm Partners may be added

A definition of Smart Sustainable City A Smart Sustainable City is a city that

A definition of Smart Sustainable City A Smart Sustainable City is a city that meets the needs of its present inhabitants, - without compromising the ability for other people or future generations to meet their needs, and thus, does not exceed local or planetary environmental limitations, and - where this is supported by ICT Höjer and Wangel Smart Sustainable Cities – definition and challenges In: Hilty, L. M. , Aebischer, B. (eds. ) ICT Innovations for Sustainability Springer, Heidelberg New York 2014 (in press)

Challenges for Smart Sustainable Cities Development of assessment methods to ensure that cities identified

Challenges for Smart Sustainable Cities Development of assessment methods to ensure that cities identified as Smart Sustainable Cities are in fact sustainable; Complementing mitigating measures to avoid rebound effects; The relationship between top-down and bottom-up initiatives needs further exploration; Strategies for strengthening city governments’ competences are needed; Governance models for smart sustainable city development must be considered. Höjer and Wangel Smart Sustainable Cities – definition and challenges In: Hilty, L. M. , Aebischer, B. (eds. ) ICT Innovations for Sustainability Springer, Heidelberg New York 2014 (in press)

Characteristics? Create innovation through • Demanding solutions to global challenges connected to environment and

Characteristics? Create innovation through • Demanding solutions to global challenges connected to environment and energy • Integrating several fields and the strongest most dedicated actors from industry, institutes, cities, universities, authorities and citizens’ organisations

2 nd International Conference on ICT for Sustainability 24 -27 August 2014, Stockholm, Sweden

2 nd International Conference on ICT for Sustainability 24 -27 August 2014, Stockholm, Sweden Theme: ICT and transformational change 2. 5 days conference 13 Workshops Keynote speakers + Organized by Centre for Sustainable Communications KTH Royal Institute of Technology