Digital transformation and energy optimisation

resiliencia climática en el urbanismo


29 November 2023


Hotel Eurostars Madrid Tower 5* Madrid


8:00 am - 1:15 pm



TECNALIA is taking part in the enerTIC Trends 2023 Forum: Advancing Digital Transformation and Energy Optimisation

Digitalisation and improved energy efficiency are key to further progress in the transformation of cities, industry and the energy sector to achieve the goals of sustainability, competitiveness and economic growth. This transformation requires innovative technological tools and solutions that make this progress possible in cities and regions.

In this forum, public and private organisations and technology experts will share their views and solutions to continue advancing in the transition process, in view of the new energy paradigm. Sustainable mobility, the application of digital technologies such as IoT, AI or 5G, the reduction of energy consumption and a more sustainable and efficient use of resources will be some of the issues to be addressed, both in the field of cities and regions, as well as public administrations.

Transforming cities to achieve smart and low-carbon ecosystems

  • Patricia Molina, Director of City, Territory, and the Environment at TECNALIA, will moderate the round table entitled “Transforming cities to achieve smart and low-carbon ecosystems: strategy, innovation and technology”.
  • This session will analyse the challenges and opportunities arising from digitalisation and energy sustainability in cities, and innovative strategies and success stories will be shared.
  • Topics such as bulk data management, the implementation of energy saving measures and sustainable development, among others, will be covered.

Hotel Eurostars Madrid Tower 5* Madrid

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11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Round table: Transforming cities to achieve smart and low-carbon ecosystems: strategy, innovation and technology

Moderator: Patricia Molina (TECNALIA). / Participants: Ana Mate Lorden (Móstoles Town Council), Carla Picazo (Torrejón de Ardoz Town Council), José Manuel Castro (Rivas Vaciamadrid Town Council), Jesús Ruiz (Tres Cantos Town Council).