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Stockholm promotes €25 million business-city collaboration

The GrowSmarter project, which is backed by €25 million of EU funding from the Horizon 2020 programme, is connecting three ‘lighthouse cities’–Stockholm, Cologne and Barcelona–with industry to demonstrate 12 smart city solutions in energy, infrastructure and mobility. Cities Today spoke to Gustaf Landahl, Head of Department in the City of Stockholm and GrowSmarter Coordinator, during the Smart Summit Frankfurt

The project was launched just over a year ago, what stage is it at and what progress has been made so far?

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There are several stages in the project with the first being the inception stage. Because we are cities, we had to follow procurement legislation and once we had done that, we had to go through an inception stage. We have now started putting the solutions in place.

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