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Working Group 2

Green City

The working groups carry out fundamental work within the Spanish Network of Smart Cities. 

The working groups constitute the best forum for exchanging experiences and knowledge between the member cities of the RECI. They also represent an incentive for the technical staff of the different local entities, because they find references and technical solutions to specific problems that they must manage on a daily basis. In this way, the work groups act as the engine of the network in terms of generation and dissemination of knowledge.

The Green City: Sustainability and Infrastructure working group meets monthly to share good practices, study results and other issues related to the following topics.

Energy Subgroup

Self-consumption and Photovoltaics
Energy efficiency
Direct purchase of Energy
Lighting public service system


Environment Subgroup

Climate neutrality
Waste management
Water cycle
Environmental pollution
Circular economy
Green urban spaces

Hyperconnected City Subgroup

Internal objects of the city
Infrastructure and networks (fiber deployment, 5G, IoT)
Citizen security and urban resilience
Regularization and standardization (CTN 178, SC1 CTN 133, U4SCC and ISO)

Urban Mobility Subgroup

New mobility services (MaaS)
DUM: last mile delivery
Connected and autonomous vehicle
Mobility management
Infrastructures for public use

These lines of work are aligned with the objectives and actions established in the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan of Spain; the Digital Agenda for Europe, the Spain 2025 Digital Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals, within the framework of the 2030 Agenda.

To be part of the working group, it is necessary for the city to be a member of the Red Española de Ciudades Inteligentes If so, you only have to send us an email indicating the work group of interest, town hall, job position, email and full name.

Cities that coordinate Working Group 2:

  • Rivas Vaciamadrid
  • Barcelona
  • Seville
  • Valladolid
  • Localret
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