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PLEEC project partner TU Wien at the “International Conference of Innovative Cities” (CICI) in Brasil - Planning for energy efficient cities (PLEEC)

PLEEC project partner TU Wien at the “International Conference of Innovative Cities” (CICI) in Brasil

The International Conference of Innovative Cities (CICI) (http://cici2014.com) was created in 2010 and aims to stimulate economic development focusing on the urgent need to transform urban environment into spaces of innovation and creativity.

This year the CICI2014 took place from 7 until 9 may at the Positivo University-UP, Curitiba/Paraná, Brazil, and featured the latest diversified and most potential innovative solutions for the cities of the 21st century as well as proposals of a new model of governance promoting both social and economic growth.

Prof. Dr. Rudolf Giffinger, Head of the Centre of Regional Science at Vienna University of Technology and leader of Work Package 2 of the PLEEC project, was invited to give a lecture about European Smart City: The example of energy efficient urban development. In his presentation the main attention was given to the place based understanding of how cities will identify most important potentials for energy efficient activities/projects in relevant fields of urban development. Considerations and conclusions had been based on first empirical results of the PLEEC project.