Website launched for EU-GUGLE Smart Cities project

Brussels, 9 December 2013 – The EU-GUGLE website was published last week, marking the official launch of the project’s dissemination and replication campaign. More than just a traditional project website, www.EU-GUGLE.eu is designed as a replication tool for inspiring other cities EU-wide and supporting continuous exchange of experiences between stakeholders.

The website includes an online helpdesk allowing any municipality to ask questions directly to the pilot districts, and will be made available in six languages (EN, IT, DE, ES, FI, SK). The website is the gateway to ‘My Smart City District’ campaign, a network of cities that have committed themselves to studying technical and economic feasibility reports, and integrating findings into their own master plans.

For more information, please visit www.EU-GUGLE.euor our feature page.

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