TNO

2022-01-07T14:57:15+01:00

TNO is an independent research organisation that connects people and knowledge to create innovations that boost the competitive strength of industry and the well-being of society in a sustainable way. By translating scientific knowledge into practical applications, TNO increases the innovation capacity of businesses and government.

Tecnalia

2022-01-07T14:26:15+01:00

Tecnalia Research & Innovation is a private, independent non-profit applied research centre of international excellence; Tecnalia is the leading private and independent research and technology organisation in Spain and one of the largest in Europe, employing more than 1,400 people. Tecnalia is committed to generating positive social, environmental and economic impact through innovation and technological development.

South Pole

2022-01-07T14:49:42+01:00

South Pole Carbon Asset Management Ltd. (South Pole) is a leading provider of global sustainability financing solutions and services, with nearly 600 experts in 26 global offices. South Pole develops and implements comprehensive emission reduction projects and strategies that turn climate action into long-term business opportunities for companies, governments and organizations around the world.

Rupprecht Consult

2021-12-08T15:28:57+01:00

Rupprecht Consult – Forschung & Beratung GmbH is an independent research and consulting company based in Cologne, Germany. Since 1996 Rupprecht Consult develops innovative solutions for sustainable urban development, especially in the mobility field, from an interdisciplinary und international perspective.

REGEA

2022-01-07T14:29:15+01:00

North-west Croatia Regional Energy Agency (REGEA) was established as a non-profit institution under the framework of the Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) program. The main objectives and the role of REGEA are to promote and encourage the regional sustainable development in the fields of energy and climate through the implementation of energy efficiency measures and the utilization of renewable energy sources as well as climate change adaptation projects.

Material Economics

2021-12-14T14:01:15+01:00

Material Economics is a management consultancy that advises public and private sector organizations on how to shape their strategies and navigate the transition, in order to meet the ambitious climate targets. Material Economic works with companies, the public sector, and philanthropy.

IEEP

2021-12-08T14:02:56+01:00

The Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) is a Brussels-based sustainability think tank. As a not-for-profit organisation with over 40 years of experience, IEEP is committed to advancing impact-driven sustainability policy across the EU and the world.

Viable Cities

2022-01-07T14:24:05+01:00

Viable Cities is a Swedish strategic innovation programme for climate neutral and sustainable cities. The programme collaborates with 23 Swedish municipalities and five government agencies to accelerate the climate transition in the initiative Climate Neutral Cities 2030 - and with the tool Climate City Contract 2030. It is jointly funded by Vinnova, the Swedish Energy Agency and Formas, and is coordinated by The Royal Institute of Technology, KTH.

UPM

2021-12-14T14:08:15+01:00

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) is the largest Spanish technological university specialized in all engineering fields and architecture. UPM is among the European universities with the greatest research activity, both at national and international level, committed to transform the knowledge generated into innovations applied to the productive sector, contributing to solve the challenges of the European citizens, and to reach the Sustainable Development Goals.

FinEst Centre for Smart Cities

2022-01-07T14:43:23+01:00

FinEst Centre for Smart Cities is an independent organisation under Tallinn University of Technology. The aim of the FinEst Centre for Smart Cities is to improve urban environments by testing new technologies and thereby grow into an internationally renowned research and development centre. FinEst Centre for Smart Cities was founded by Tallinn University of Technology, Aalto University, Forum Virium Helsinki and the Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications.

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