Lisboa E-Nova develops projects with a sustainable and resilient future in mind, acting as an active element in the operationalization and transformation of the city, its citizens and the local economy.
The Strategic Guidelines (Energy, Water and Circular Economy) contribute to the Agency’s activities in the areas of mitigation and adaptation to climate change and the leverage of new ideas and products within a “green” development concept, thus promoting entrepreneurship and innovation.
Energy is a core area for Lisboa E-Nova: developing innovation projects that explore different aspects of energy sustainability, particularly in the areas of energy efficiency, intelligent energy management and renewable energies, as well as designing support projects and the operationalization of local public policies.
In the area of Water, the Agency is focused on monitoring and analysing municipal consumption, identifying opportunities, supporting the implementation of measures and intelligent management of municipal water uses, Nexus Water-Energy, and is also supporting and promoting the reuse of treated wastewater in the city.
Lisboa E-Nova’s activity in the area of the circular economy is centred on the conception and compilation of the Action Plan for the Circular Economy of Lisbon, based on an updated matrix of materials, as well as for the establishment of a platform of stakeholders that make the city’s strategy feasible and help to leverage it.
The Sharing Cities “lighthouse” programme, supported by the Horizon 2020 Programme, aims to create common ground, based on economies of scale, in order to make smart cities a reality.
REHABILITE – Transnational Platform to Support Energy Renovation Financing is a project funded by the European programme INTERREG SUDOE with the main objective of contributing towards designing new policies that support energy renovation.
inteGRIDy is a project that is part of the H2020 Programme and has the participation of 30 European partners and is led by ATOS, the Spanish consultants.
The objective of the alfa-AMA SSD project is to overcome these challenges and create a “more sustainable and healthier Alfama for everyone”, especially focused on implementing sustainable solutions integrating climate change and innovation in the district.
SUSHI – SUStainable HIstoric city districts
The SUSHI project stems from a holistic approach to facing common challenges that have already been identified in historic districts of six cities in five countries: Lisbon (PT), Valletta (MT), Savona (IT), Ptuj (SI), Nicosia (CY), and Sassari (IT).
LOCATIONS is mostly funded by the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER) within the scope of INTERREG-Mediterranean. The consortium comprises over 20 organisations and institutions in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Croatia and Albania.
The CEMOWAS2 project: Circular and eco-systematic management of organic waste and waste water is led by ValOrizon, and its partners are 8 Portuguese, Spanish and French entities, including Lisboa E-Nova and Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
Parking management is, without a doubt, an important part of sustainable urban mobility and planning (SUMP) for any city.