Business Models Repository

The EIP-SCC Business Models Repository provides structured and detailed information on Business Models of projects developing Smart City solutions. The aim of this tool is to provide exploitable information, which can foster Smart City projects’ development and replicability.

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Connected Smart Port Logistics

CityHamburg
Population
1.000.000 < 3.000.000
Main Technologies involved

Sensors, app, monitoring and management platform

Needs addressed

The solution faces the traffic congestion problem in the harbour area.

Impacts of the solution

The solution improves city services by lowering traffic as well as enhancing impacts

Copenhagen Intelligent Traffic Solution

CityCopenhagen
Population
1.000.000 < 3.000.000
Main Technologies involved

Sensors, integrated platform and mesh network of wifi geo-locating access points

Needs addressed

Main needs addressed by the solution are: traffic congestion, environmental pollution and a lack of a coordinated traffic management systems.

Impacts of the solution

The solution improves city services in terms of creating a more sustainable and liveable city.

Corridor Manchester

CityManchester
Population
1.000.000 < 3.000.000
Main Technologies involved

Building retrofitting, AM, smart grid, EV infrastructure, monitoring and management platform

Needs addressed

The solution addresses issues related to energy efficiency and district development in a sustainable way

Impacts of the solution

The solution improves city services by transforming the Corridor area into a more liveable space.

Districlima Network

CityBarcelona
Population
1.000.000 < 3.000.000
Financial sources
Main Technologies involved

District heating and cooling network, sensors and management platform

Needs addressed

The solution faces issues related to the possibility to obtain a higher energy efficiency and enhanced sustainability.

Impacts of the solution

The solution is based on the implementation of a new centralised climatization network which improves the energy efficiency of the whole area.

E-Energy Mannheim

CityMannheim
Population
250.000 < 500.000
Type of Solution
Main Technologies involved

CHP storage, RES, smart grid and platform

Needs addressed

The E-Energy project in Mannheim rethinks the energy market and provides more information for consumers on their energy consumption

Impacts of the solution

The solution faces the problem related to a better use of renewable energy sources.

ECO2- Tampere

CityTampere
Population
250.000 < 500.000
Type of Solution
Financial sources
Main Technologies involved

Smart grid, district heating, building retrofitting, RES and public transport management platform

Needs addressed

The solution faces the problem related to the growth rate of Tampere by promoting a sustainable environmental and a low-carbon community.

Impacts of the solution

The solution improves city services by enhancing energy efficiency and stimulating citizens participation.

Energy Efficient Housing - 3eHouses

CityBristol
Population
250.000 < 500.000
Financial sources
Main Technologies involved

AMI, RES, monitoring and management platform

Needs addressed

The solution face the need to reduce energy consumption

Impacts of the solution

Energy Matching Infrastructure - eHub

CityLeuven
Population
100.000 < 250.000
Main Technologies involved

AMI, monitoring and management platform

Needs addressed

The solution helps Leuven increase its attractiveness and meet its energy/environmental targets.

Impacts of the solution

The E-Hub deployment in Tweewaters aims to create sustainable commercial and residential communities, by leveraging integrated new infrastructure to deliver economic and social benefits.

Future City Glasgow

CityGlasgow
Population
500.000 < 1.000.000
Type of Solution
Financial sources
Main Technologies involved

Open data city integrated portal, apps, building retrofitting, RES, digital infrastructure, EV infrastructure and smart lighting

Needs addressed

The solution addresses many aspects and services related to the urban system

Impacts of the solution

Outputs and outcomes, as well as wider learning arising from the Future City Glasgow programme, will be used to inform Glasgow City Council’s ‘Transformation Strategy’.