Our Roadmap

Supporting the Initiatives of our Action Clusters to deliver business cases and scale up projects.

The EIP-SCC Roadmap “Supporting Action Clusters' Initiatives to deliver business cases and scale them up" was published in 2017 and identified the key targets in terms of collaboration among cities, industries and financiers as well as other key stakeholders.

It details the roll-out actions to be undertaken to achieve its goals. The goal is to make the Marketplace a meeting platform between demand for innovative solutions by cities, supply from investors and technology providers and financiers.

EIP-SCC Market Place Strategic Framework

The Marketplace plays the role of a network of networks, reinforces key stakeholders' engagement and is a place where feasible business cases can be tested. Bottom-up efforts are ongoing in the direction of knowledge sharing and replication of success stories.

EIP SCC Marketplace’s projects uptake in 2017-2019

The Roadmap included key actions to assist the realisation of projects to help support an investment model in 2018 and 2019 through the bottom-up involvement of the Initiatives within the three vertical Action Clusters: Sustainable Urban MobilitySustainable Districts and Built Environment and Integrated Infrastructures and Processes.

It also takes into account the enabling roles of collaborative actions such as new business models, finance and procurement arrangements, new strategies and tools to increase smart citizen participation and engagement, new strategies and tools for integrated planning and policy and regulations.

During the course of the project, in 2018 the EIP-SCC launched the Matchmaking service and platform as a result of supporting an investment programme into European Smart Cities.

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The Roadmap for the Market Place of the EIP-SCC

03/07/2017 pdf 1.93 MB

Within the 2017-2019 term, the EIP SCC Market Place shall position itself as the place where either physically or virtually demand of innovative solutions from cities’ actors’ and supply from investors, technology providers and financiers meet each other. Success will be measured against two main KPIs4 :

  • €1b investment committed in innovative solutions for smart cities and communities
  • 300 cities engaged across the EU
  • Cluster: Integrated Infrastructures and Processes, Integrated Planning, Policy and Regulations, Sustainable Districts and Built Environment, Sustainable Urban Mobility, Business Models, Finance and Procurement
  • page: Our Roadmap

Towards a Joint Investment Programme for European Smart Cities

19/06/2018 pdf 3.3 MB
  • News item: Making the case for a bold new investment programme for European cities
  • page: Our Roadmap

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Making the case for a bold new investment programme for European cities

Published: 19.06.2018

The Action Cluster Chairs and Marketplace of the EIP-SCC have produced a comprehensive new paper focused on the urgent ne.

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