IRIS

Porteur

GEMEENTE UTRECHT, Netherlands

Durée

60 mois
(septembre 2017 - septembre 2022)

Cofinancements

18M€ - 4,3M€ pour Nice dont 800k€ pour UNS

IRIS

IRIS – Integrated and replicable solutions for co-creation in
sustainable cities

Objectif général

The IRIS project supports the Lighthouse cities of Utrecht (NL), Göteborg (SE) and Nice Côte d'Azur (FR) and their Follower cities Vaasa (FI), Alexandroupolis (GR), Santa Cruz de Tenerife (ES), and Focsani (RO) to address their urgent need to deliver energy and mobility services in their cities that are cheaper, better accessible, reliable, and that contribute to a better and more sustainable urban quality of life.

By demonstrating smart solutions that integrate energy, mobility and ict, rooted in a City Innovation Platform, IRIS quantifies their value, and connects interests of many different stakeholders in innovative business models, allowing for upscale and replication of integrated solutions for sustainable cities across Europe and world-wide.

Objectifs opérationnels

To achieve this, IRIS works along five Transition Tracks based on common challenges, encompassing 16 integrated solutions that cities can mix and match according to their characteristics and district specific needs.

1) Track 1, 2 and 3 enhance energy efficiency and utilize grid flexibility by balancing supply and demand dynamically and by 2nd life battery and V2G storage, to allow increase of renewable energy production and roll-out of e-cars and e-buses.

2) Track 4 supports this by data sharing, a common architecture, use of standards, and governance practices accelerating innovation, standardisation and implementation of affordable smart applications

3) Track 5 integrates interdisciplinary citizen engagement and co-creation in Tracks 1 to 4, connecting the needs of end-users with those of other stakeholders, in further support of innovative business models

The expected impacts of IRIS are an open innovation ecosystem motivating citizens to act as prosumers; more effective urban planning and governance of integrated solutions; exploitation of validated innovative business models based on multistakeholder collaboration; more stable, secure and affordable energy and mobility services for citizens, with improved air quality.

Partenaires

Stichting Bo-Ex '91 Netherlands; Koninklijke KPN NV Netherlands; STEDIN NETBEHEER BV Netherlands; LomboxNet Netherlands; ENECO ZAKELIJK BV Netherlands; QBUZZ B.V. Netherlands; UNIVERSITEIT UTRECHT Netherlands; STICHTING HOGESCHOOL VOOR DE KUNSTEN UTRECHT Netherlands; METROPOLE NICE COTE D'AZUR France; UNIVERSITE DE NICE SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS France; ELECTRICITE DE FRANCE France; ELECTRICITE RESEAU DISTRIBUTION FRANCE SA France; CENTRE SCIENTIFIQUE ET TECHNIQUE DU BATIMENT France; VEOLIA ENVIRONNEMENT France; COTE D'AZUR HABITAT France; NEXIMMO 96 France; VU LOG SA France; GOTEBORGS KOMMUN Sweden; JOHANNEBERG SCIENCE PARK Sweden; CHALMERS TEKNISKA HOEGSKOLA AB Sweden; Metry AB Sweden; HSB Göteborg ekonomisk förening Sweden; Riksbyggen Sweden; AKADEMISKA HUS AKTIEBOLAG Sweden; Trivector Traffic AB Sweden; TYRENS AB Sweden; Vaasan kaupunki Finland; OY MERINOVA AB Finland; VAASAN YLIOPISTO Finland; Municipality of Alexandroupolis Greece; ENERGY HIVE, Energy and Natural Resources Cluster of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Greece; Excmo. Ayuntamiento de Santa Cruz de Tenerife Spain; ASOCIACION CLUSTER CONSTRUCCION SOSTENIBLE Spain; Municipiul Focsani Romania; UNIVERSITATEA POLITEHNICA DIN BUCURESTI Romania; INSTITUTUL NATIONAL DE CERCETARE-DEZVOLTARE PENTRU ENERGIE ICEMENERG-BUCURESTI Romania; ETHNIKO KENTRO EREVNAS KAI TECHNOLOGIKIS ANAPTYXIS Greece; IMCG SWEDEN AB Sweden; SP SVERIGES TEKNISKA FORSKNINGSINSTITUT AB Sweden; European Science Communication Institute (ESCI) gGmbH Germany; VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL Belgium; Civity BV Netherlands


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Mots-clés

#Sustainable Energy Communities

#Renewable Energy Sources – general

#Sustainable Transport – general

#Integration

#smart Solutions

#City Innovation Platform

#Business Modelling

#Sustainability

#Renewable Energy

#Energy Efficiency

#Energy storage

#Electric mobility

#Citizen engagement

#Co-creation