The world of business has long recognised that attracting new customers may be rewarding, but involves a lot of hard work and expense. The same can be said for tempting cities and citizens to make a significant jump toward sustainable technologies and behaviours. So how can we make it easier? A group of seven European cities has started their hunt for answers…
IRIS Gothenburg partners Metry and Riksbyggen have entered into a nationwide agreement across Sweden, where 3,300 housing associations within Riksbyggen will have access to comparable energy statistics through Metry's platform for digital energy statistics. "The quality and efficiency we see through the automatic collection of energy statistics can now be used by the whole of Riksbyggen", says Lars-Johan Lindberg, energy engineer at Riksbyggen.
The foundation stone of the Palazzo Meridia building located in the eco-district of Nice Meridia was laid Friday, January 12, 2018, in the presence of the management of Nexity and its partners.
The Palazzo Meridia will be delivered in December 2018 after 12 months of work and will be the highest wooden office building in France: 35 metres high, with 9 storeys and a total surface of 7,800 square metres.