Gate 21, the project organisation for green growth, has on behalf of Lighting Metropolis partners published an EU-tender that aims to create a new generation of lighting consultancy service to cities in Greater Copenhagen.
The large EU-tender is a key step in the latest Lighting Metropolis project, Green Economy, to offer cutting edge knowledge, guidelines and advice to cities in Greater Copenhagen who are committed to accelerate the implementation of high quality, health promoting and energy efficient light. The total sum of estimated consultancy service required from participating partners is 1,3MEUR, during the three year project period.
-By creating the new “super lighting consortia”, and attaching them to the project, we will have a unique opportunity to develop new solutions that are both at the forefront of technology and to the benefit of the citizens of the municipalities. It gives us, and all the project partners, a unique opportunity to take the region’s ecosystem for lighting to an even higher level, and thereby ensuring the optimal lighting solutions for the future and minimal environmental and climate impact, says Mads Bo Bojesen, Center Manager, Ballerup Municipality, the leading partner in Lighting Metropolis – Green Economy.
The tender will result in frame agreements with newly created consortia from which local municipalities will initiate mini-tenders, for their local lighting projects.
You can access, and show your interest in, the open tender here.
To read more about the planned lighting projects click here, or if you represent a start-up and would like to join our new and dedicated community and get access to the cities and universities in Lighting Metropolis, please click here.
Lighting Metropolis – Green Economy is supported by EU’s cross-national program Interreg Öresund-Kattegat-Skagerrak.