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Graphic materials - 23 Apr 2020

This resource consists of all versions of the STARDUST logo in different formats. It also includes the STARDUST brandbook, which reports indications on how to correctly use the logos.

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D8.10: Report of collaboration with other project’s activities

Deliverable - 31 Mar 2020

STARDUST has demonstrated to be a new active player in the development of smart cities in Europe by collaborating with existing networks and promoting the creation of new links in order to enhance cities’ networks in different areas. This report explains the most relevant collaborations carried out by STARDUST partners with this regard during the first 30 months of project. This document is awaiting approval from the European Commission

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D7.2 Entrepreneurship Discovery Process results report

Deliverable - 31 Mar 2020

This report sets the stage for the Entrepreneurial Discovery Process (EDP) in a smarty city, which is expected to be a structured inclusive and interactive bottom-up process that helps discover and produce information about potential new entrepreneurial activities. This builds on various insights on how an EDP can be and has been approached as a central element of the design and implementation of a Research and Innovation Strategy for Smart Specialization (RIS3) in EU Cohesion Policy Programming. It refers to the discovery of entrepreneurial knowledge, which is dispersed, decentralised and divided – hidden and to be discovered over many sites and by many organisations and stakeholders. This document is awaiting approval from the European Commission

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Demand Response in District Heating Market – Results of the Field Tests in Student Apartment Buildings

Paper - 25 Mar 2020

This article presents the field test of the developed demand response system installed in the central heating systems of existing apartment buildings. The buildings are occupied by students and located in Tampere, Finland, which is within the northern climate zone. The studied buildings are connected to the local district heating network. The presented demand response system takes into account weather forecasts, indoor temperatures and decreases in space heating temperatures when demand for domestic hot water is the highest. Link to publication

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