Clean fuels and fueling infrastructure

Increasing the use of alternative fuels and clean vehicles is key to reducing both local air and noise pollution and global greenhouse gas emissions. Clean fuels include biodiesel, biogas/CNG (compressed natural gas), LPG (liquid petroleum gas) and bio-ethanol. For their broader market deployment, the build-up of special filling station infrastructure for clean fuels and the electric vehicle charging station infrastructure is a necessary condition. 

List of projects where this technology is being implemented.

SMARTER TOGETHER

The European lighthouse cities Vienna (Austria), Munich (Germany) and Lyon (France), the follower cities Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Sofia (Bulgaria) and Venice (Italy), the observer cities Kiev (Ukraine) and Yokohama (Japan) come together to improve citizens’ quality of life. SMARTER TOGETHER...

SmartEnCity

SmartEnCity’s main objective is to develop a highly adaptable and replicable systemic approach towards urban transformation into sustainable, smart and resource-efficient urban environments in Europe. Through integrated planning and the implementation of measures aimed at improving energy...

Shar-LLM

The demonstration districts in lighthouse cities Lisbon (Portugal), London (United Kingdom) and Milan (Italy) will implement replicable urban digital solutions and collaboration models. The Royal Borough of Greenwich in London, Porta Romana/Vettabbia in Milan and downtown Lisbon will retrofit...

REPLICATE

The REPLICATE project will generate smart city business models, and tailor-made solutions in the areas of energy, transport and ICT. There will be pilot actions in energy efficiency, efficient and sustainable transport and integrated infrastructures. The key to the project’s approach is in...

Triangulum

The Triangulum project will demonstrate how a systems innovation approach based around the European Commission’s Smart Cities and Communities (SCC) Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP) can drive dynamic smart city development. It will test the SIP across three lighthouse cities: Manchester (United...
List of demo sites where this technology is being implemented.

Smarter Together Site Munich

The Munich lighthouse demonstration area is located at the Western edge of the city and includes both the large urban redevelopment area Neuaubing-Westkreuz (350 ha / 30,000 residents) and the flagship new development area Freiham, set to become a model of low carbon development for up to 20,000...

Smarter Together Site Lyon

Lyon’s demonstration area in the SMARTER TOGETHER project is  Lyon Confluence, one of the largest urban redevelopment projects in France (150 ha – 600 000 m² existing floor area – 1.000.000 m² of new buildings) and a place of many urban innovations. With SMARTER TOGETHER Lyon aims to: Increase the...

Shar-LLM Site Milan

The Porta Romana/Vettabbia demonstrator area is under complete re-development. Its renewal will connect the historic centre of the city to its agricultural belt by “stitching together” two geographically, economically and socially separated areas. 21.000 m2 private buildings retrofit 4.000 m2 ...

Shar-LLM Site London

The Greenwich demonstrator area is one of the most strategic locations in London. It stretches along the riverfront – from the UNESCO World Heritage Site to Greenwich Peninsula – and occupies 516 Ha. The site includes visitor attractions (e.g. the O2 Arena), a new business startup district, ...

REPLICATE Site Bristol

In Bristol, the Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill neighbourhood partnership area was chosen as the target district as the REPLICATE project could bring a number of benefits to this area including: Reduce the cost, and amount, of energy consumed to tackle fuel poverty. Use more local renewable...