TRANSFORM was a collaboration involving six European cities – Amsterdam (the Netherlands), Copenhagen (Denmark), Genoa (Italy), Hamburg (Germany), Vienna (Austria) and Lyon (France) – and 13 partners working together to improve their policy and programmes to lower carbon dioxide emissions.
The project’s integrative approach brought operational plans to a strategic level, including strong stakeholder processes and data analytics, and took into account all relevant energy flows, environmental aspects, urban mobility, and the interrelation of possible measures and their costs. This integration of elements created win-win business models for stakeholders who initially had different interests.
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The TRANSFORM project:
- supported cities with implementation plans embedded in integrated planning;
- improved insight into stakeholder processes and financial strategies;
- improved insight on the use of data, and the possibility to find better economics by using analytics.