Webinar - SCIS – Connect to the best European projects for smart cities

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  • mobility
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On 24 April 10 am, SCIS will host a webinar to present its objectives and how this platform can help you or your members/partners in your initiatives and projects. The webinar will take place from 10:00 to 11:00 CET (Brussels time).

SCIS brings together smart city stakeholders across Europe to exchange data, experience and know-how and to collaborate on the creation of smart cities and an energy-efficient urban environment. It aims to enhance the replication of smart city solutions by broadening the market and upscaling the lessons learned through past and running projects. The SCIS is an EU initiative offering a free powerful tool to speed progress towards sustainable, low carbon & smart cities for all Europeans using common experience and exploitable data.


The aim will be to help you make the most of the knowledge gathered on the SCIS platform and to provide you with the basic information to share your own practices and data.


This webinar is open and free of charge for all people interested to learn more about SCIS. It will be particularly addressed to organisations and associations representing smart city stakeholders and local authorities who could benefit from and cooperate in the dissemination activities of the SCIS initiative, for instance:

  • European or national city networks / associations
  • European networks
  • Covenant of Mayors regional / national coordinators
  • European, national and regional energy agencies / associations
  • EU project consortia
  • Etc.


  • Introduction on SCIS
  • How can the SCIS database facilitate your work?
  • What does SCIS offer for free to you and your members?
  • Q&A

The presentation will be made by Nikolaos Kontinakis, project coordinator at EUROCITIES


In case you missed the webinar, you can find a recording hereunder. 


EUROCITIES staff contact

Gabriel Jacqmin