Latest news from evora
POCITYF leads the way to a better use and distribution of energy within smart cities
13 Dec 2022 — Read our factsheets from Evora to find out which tools we are developing to help cultural heritage cities become smart cities!
First Wi-fi Data Acquisition System installed at Évora University
30 Oct 2021 — This solution allows the real-time monitoring of several environmental variables, providing information on temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, UV radiation, luminosity, noise, CO2 and irradiance
POCITYF presented in Valverde, Évora
03 May 2021 — POCITYF will implement innovative technological solutions to reduce energy consumption in the Valverde district (Évora)
The cultural heritage challenges a sustainable future
15 Apr 2021 — Several heritage organisations reacted to the fact that protected sites don’t play an important role in the EU Green Deal’s strategy against climate change, even though historic buildings represent a significant share of the stock in Europe
Peer-to-peer platforms – Shaping a democratic energy model to boost renewables
09 Mar 2021 — Prosumers are people who both produce and consume renewable energy. New peer-to-peer platforms allow them to share, sell or donate their power surplus to other citizens. This system is becoming crucial for residents of protected historical areas who can’t install photovoltaic panels or for low-income communities suffering energy poverty
POCITYF project blows out its first candle
26 Oct 2020 — One year ago in the beautiful Portuguese city of Évora, a team of 46 partners from across Europe set the POCITYF project in motion.
The nexus between market needs and value attributes of smart city solutions towards energy transition
12 Oct 2020 — This study presents an experiential process and a market-oriented approach for realizing cities’ energy transition through smart solutions. An Empirical evidence of POCITYF's two Lighthouse cities: Évora and Alkmaar
A second life for batteries
22 Sep 2020 — What to do with all the used batteries from electric vehicles? University of Évora and Betteries are testing the best responses, in an intervention in POCITYF' Lighthouse city Évora.
p2p energy platforms: valuable tools for sustainable historical cities
29 Apr 2020 — p2p energy platforms can support historical cities in their renewable energy transition. In this interview José Miguel Costa explains how.
New video presents POCITYF’s strategy
15 Apr 2020 — A new video explains how POCITYF will make cities smarter, greener and more liveable, while respecting their cultural heritage