Day: October 31, 2022

LHC Trondheim presents at Digital Davos

The LHC Trondheim +CxC team attended Digital Davos in Switzerland on the 22nd of September! We presented on three main topics: 1) why we’ve had the successes that we’ve had, 2) how we systematically approach mobility, and 3) how we work with energy and mobility. Data is at the forefront of how we share what we do, allowing us to communicate our successes through the numbers. 

LHC Trondheim has anchored support from the highest levels of government in its endeavors to facilitate the green transition and promote the initiatives of +CxC. Energy is a very important topic both across Europe and globally, and the Norwegian government believes that for the sake of the planet, adaptation and innovation are critical.

As a municipality, Trondheim works with energy and mobility at all levels, building off of existing knowledge and asking, what do our inhabitants already know about their options for energy and mobility, and how can more sustainable options be incorporated into their everyday lives? We work together with citizens to cocreate projects and strive to inform the public about what can be expected in the future. We believe this systematic and inclusive approach allows social mobility to thrive.

Thank you to all who participated in and supported the event, including Silja Rønningsen, Tom Jensen, Bjørn Ove Berthelsen, and Klaus Livik.

LHC Trondheim wins third place for Smartgrid center’s innovation prize

LHC Trondheim is very honored to have received third place for Smartgrid centre’s innovation prize for 2022. The theme of the award this year was “Pioneer projects in Norway that have contributed to the green shift through the development and utilization of the energy system using secure digital solutions”. 

After being nominated into the top 3, we were able to present at their annual conference in Norway and demonstrate our value, explaining how we have contributed to the green shift. +CityxChange is continuously launching projects in Trondheim for more efficient energy utilization, local energy systems which use renewable energy, and energy storage, based on solutions developed by Norwegian partners.

The aim of innovation award is to spotlight pioneering activities within smart grids, and in this way increase the dissemination of concepts and best practices across the industry. We are very grateful to have been given the chance to present at the conference, and are excited to have won third place!

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