The self-reporting tool (SRT) is a tool for EU-funded smart city projects to report on projects’ relevant performance outputs and information. The users of the self-reporting tool (project coordinators, for example), are using this tool to upload information on the interventions carried out in their project, varying from newly constructed highly energy efficient buildings to refurbishment of existing housing stock, introduction of renewable energy technology as well as mobility and ICT actions.
The information captured is visualised as KPIs and available for download and further analysis via the KPI page.
The information reported will provide stakeholders with information that is monitored under real conditions, allowing them to obtain first-hand information with the aim of fostering replication.
Background information on the KPIs can be found as part of the smart city project monitoring guidance provided here:
Between 2010 and 2020, the data captured via SRT is showing some trends that indicate that over the years, key metrics have been influenced positively through EC-funded projects in the area of smart cities:
Energy consumption with renewabe energy taken into account
Share of local renewable energy
Primary energy use
CO2 reduction per m2 of building