Ideas that help make cities better...

We publish a curated list of novel projects and technologies to give you new ideas to make cities greener & better — while also helping your own goals.

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This company makes it easier for cities to make procurements

Its platform doesn't seek to replace procurement systems, but rather to bring data, context and transparency to the process.

City installs new tech to prioritize pedestrians over cars

The main idea is to turn it into the world's most walkable city.

This city aims to plant one tree for every inhabitant

The project will see 300,000 trees planted each year, with over a quarter of million planted already.

The cycle path that is in harmony with the natural environment

The structure is a double circle that is 100 meters in diameter, gradually rising to a height of 10 meters and is 700 meters long.

This solar-powered, self-charging car is made for daily urban mobility

The two-seater vehicle charges automatically in sunlight and has the option of swappable batteries if its charge is low.

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Spotlight on: ⚑Energy

This tree-shaped wind turbine is made for urban areas

It can provide energy for 100 m2 of office space, 15 street lamps or 83% of an average household's consumption (excluding heating).

Pavegen

These floor tiles harvest the kinetic energy from human footsteps

The technology is discreetly integrated into the existing environment and could be used to power things like lighting, wayfinding and advertisement boards.

Lampposts in London recharge electric cars

The project utilizes existing infrastructure for EV charge points, creating a network that can cover the expected 8,000 EVs in Westminster by 2025.

CopenHill

Waste-to-energy plant in Denmark doubles as a ski slope

CopenHill, also known as Amager Bakke or Amager Slope, is a ski slope and a combined heat and power waste-to-energy plant in Amager, Copenhagen.

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Stockholm power plant burning H&M clothes instead of fossil fuels

A power station northwest of the Swedish capital is to become fossil fuel-free by 2020 with a little help from moldy H&M clothes.

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