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Title of Challenge
Cutting across real issues facing Dublin and its continued sustainable growth
Description of city challenge
Sustainable Nation Ireland, in partnership with Smart Dublin and daa (Dublin Airport Authority) have identified a number of
priority climate challenges facing the Dublin Region. Successfully addressing these challenges can help enhance city life. It can
also lead to greater efficiencies and savings in areas such as transport, energy usage and public lighting.

Cutting across real issues facing Dublin and its continued sustainable growth, challenges include:

Transport/ Mobility: How do we support employees to take more sustainable transport options to and from work? Smart Dublin and daa are committed to developing tools & systems - such as improved access to data and real-time information to supporting the development of new services such as ridesharing or EVs - thus reduce congestion, commute times, parking requirements, costs, energy and emissions. These smarter options will be equally applicable to any organisation in Dublin. What are the user-focused, smarter travel options that will support employees to make more sustainable choices in their daily commute?

Renewable Energy: Smart Dublin and Codema want to unlock the potential of Dublin's roofs for solar power. What are the business
models and technologies that could unlock this hidden potential? How do we create low carbon energy districts?

Lighting Infrastructure: Dublin's public lighting is about to undergo a transformation to a low energy intelligent system. What services
can be built on smart infrastructure to lower energy use and carbon intensity in the city. Lighting affects everybody, how can everybody get involved?

Industry-led challenges drive innovation through the development of new ideas and solutions that respond to real needs.

City Host Organization
Sustainable Nation Ireland in partnership with Smart Dublin and daa.

In collaboration with Trinity College Dublin, Trinity Innovation Academy, Relayr, Dublin City Council, Fingal County Council, South Dublin County Council and Dún Laoghaire - Rathdown County Council.
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aideen.ohora@sustainablenation.ie
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Trinity College, Foster Place, College Green, Dublin
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College Green, Dublin, Ireland
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Title of Challenge
Cutting across real issues facing Dublin and its continued sustainable growth
Description of city challenge
Sustainable Nation Ireland, in partnership with Smart Dublin and daa (Dublin Airport Authority) have identified a number of
priority climate challenges facing the Dublin Region. Successfully addressing these challenges can help enhance city life. It can
also lead to greater efficiencies and savings in areas such as transport, energy usage and public lighting.

Cutting across real issues facing Dublin and its continued sustainable growth, challenges include:

Transport/ Mobility: How do we support employees to take more sustainable transport options to and from work? Smart Dublin and daa are committed to developing tools & systems - such as improved access to data and real-time information to supporting the development of new services such as ridesharing or EVs - thus reduce congestion, commute times, parking requirements, costs, energy and emissions. These smarter options will be equally applicable to any organisation in Dublin. What are the user-focused, smarter travel options that will support employees to make more sustainable choices in their daily commute?

Renewable Energy: Smart Dublin and Codema want to unlock the potential of Dublin's roofs for solar power. What are the business
models and technologies that could unlock this hidden potential? How do we create low carbon energy districts?

Lighting Infrastructure: Dublin's public lighting is about to undergo a transformation to a low energy intelligent system. What services
can be built on smart infrastructure to lower energy use and carbon intensity in the city. Lighting affects everybody, how can everybody get involved?

Industry-led challenges drive innovation through the development of new ideas and solutions that respond to real needs.

City Host Organization
Sustainable Nation Ireland in partnership with Smart Dublin and daa.

In collaboration with Trinity College Dublin, Trinity Innovation Academy, Relayr, Dublin City Council, Fingal County Council, South Dublin County Council and Dún Laoghaire - Rathdown County Council.
City Host Email
aideen.ohora@sustainablenation.ie
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Trinity College, Foster Place, College Green, Dublin
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College Green, Dublin, Ireland
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Title of Challenge
Cutting across real issues facing Dublin and its continued sustainable growth
Description of city challenge
Sustainable Nation Ireland, in partnership with Smart Dublin and daa (Dublin Airport Authority) have identified a number of
priority climate challenges facing the Dublin Region. Successfully addressing these challenges can help enhance city life. It can
also lead to greater efficiencies and savings in areas such as transport, energy usage and public lighting.

Cutting across real issues facing Dublin and its continued sustainable growth, challenges include:

Transport/ Mobility: How do we support employees to take more sustainable transport options to and from work? Smart Dublin and daa are committed to developing tools & systems - such as improved access to data and real-time information to supporting the development of new services such as ridesharing or EVs - thus reduce congestion, commute times, parking requirements, costs, energy and emissions. These smarter options will be equally applicable to any organisation in Dublin. What are the user-focused, smarter travel options that will support employees to make more sustainable choices in their daily commute?

Renewable Energy: Smart Dublin and Codema want to unlock the potential of Dublin's roofs for solar power. What are the business
models and technologies that could unlock this hidden potential? How do we create low carbon energy districts?

Lighting Infrastructure: Dublin's public lighting is about to undergo a transformation to a low energy intelligent system. What services
can be built on smart infrastructure to lower energy use and carbon intensity in the city. Lighting affects everybody, how can everybody get involved?

Industry-led challenges drive innovation through the development of new ideas and solutions that respond to real needs.

City Host Organization
Sustainable Nation Ireland in partnership with Smart Dublin and daa.

In collaboration with Trinity College Dublin, Trinity Innovation Academy, Relayr, Dublin City Council, Fingal County Council, South Dublin County Council and Dún Laoghaire - Rathdown County Council.
City Host Email
aideen.ohora@sustainablenation.ie
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Trinity College, Foster Place, College Green, Dublin
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College Green, Dublin, Ireland
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Title of Challenge
Cutting across real issues facing Dublin and its continued sustainable growth
Description of city challenge
Sustainable Nation Ireland, in partnership with Smart Dublin and daa (Dublin Airport Authority) have identified a number of
priority climate challenges facing the Dublin Region. Successfully addressing these challenges can help enhance city life. It can
also lead to greater efficiencies and savings in areas such as transport, energy usage and public lighting.

Cutting across real issues facing Dublin and its continued sustainable growth, challenges include:

Transport/ Mobility: How do we support employees to take more sustainable transport options to and from work? Smart Dublin and daa are committed to developing tools & systems - such as improved access to data and real-time information to supporting the development of new services such as ridesharing or EVs - thus reduce congestion, commute times, parking requirements, costs, energy and emissions. These smarter options will be equally applicable to any organisation in Dublin. What are the user-focused, smarter travel options that will support employees to make more sustainable choices in their daily commute?

Renewable Energy: Smart Dublin and Codema want to unlock the potential of Dublin's roofs for solar power. What are the business
models and technologies that could unlock this hidden potential? How do we create low carbon energy districts?

Lighting Infrastructure: Dublin's public lighting is about to undergo a transformation to a low energy intelligent system. What services
can be built on smart infrastructure to lower energy use and carbon intensity in the city. Lighting affects everybody, how can everybody get involved?

Industry-led challenges drive innovation through the development of new ideas and solutions that respond to real needs.

City Host Organization
Sustainable Nation Ireland in partnership with Smart Dublin and daa.

In collaboration with Trinity College Dublin, Trinity Innovation Academy, Relayr, Dublin City Council, Fingal County Council, South Dublin County Council and Dún Laoghaire - Rathdown County Council.
City Host Email
aideen.ohora@sustainablenation.ie
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Trinity College, Foster Place, College Green, Dublin
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College Green, Dublin, Ireland