Energising cities – energy intelligent cities of tomorrow

How can we make our cities energy intelligent? At EUROCITIES 2014 Munich we will explore ways to manage the demand for energy in growing cities without compromising economic and social concerns. Our citizens will be an important part of this journey, with greater sustainable energy supply, cleaner air, stable energy prices and improved transport promising a better quality of life. We believe that by sharing ideas now on mobility management, local renewable energy production and new technologies, our cities can make a crucial contribution to reducing CO2 emissions in future.

Impressions of EUROCITIES 2014 Munich

Is your city a good city? Are politicians really boring – as keynote speaker Simon Anholt says with a smile? Learn about Munich’s smart mobility management strategy ‘Munich – gscheid mobil’. Go here to watch the videos and the photos of the conference!

Winners of the EUROCITIES awards 2014

We are happy to announce the winners of the EUROCITIES awards 2014:

special mention – The Hague

You can get an impression of all nine shortlisted projects by watching the movies here.

Outcome of the workshops

The workshops were a good opportunity to share ideas: Edinburgh was impressed bei Stadtwerke München (SWM) and would like to develop a similar concept for their own city now. The mobilty station showed how Munich develops new and sustainable solutions for individual and collective mobility. Read more about the outcome of the workshops here.

Munich thanks you!

We had three very intense days of exchanging, networking, gathering and sharing ideas. We hope you enjoyed the conference and your stay in Munich. Thank you all for coming and for contributing to the success of EUROCITIES 2014 Munich! Hope to see you next year in Copenhagen and Malmo!