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Barcelona designated as the European Capital of Innovation

Barcelona awarded the prize of 500,000 euros at the expense of Grenoble (France) and Groningen (Netherlands), said Tuesday 11th March the European Commission.

The contest was open to all cities of the Member States of the European Union listing more than 100,000 citizens. The Spanish city was rewarded for introducing the use of new technologies in order to bring the city closer to its citizens. “Barcelona deserves to win the first title of iCapitale for its commitment to use new technologies for the benefit of its people” said Ms Maire Geoghegan- Quinn, Member of the European Commission responsible for research and innovation.
The European Commission responsible also said that other rival cities presented initiatives and proposals valuable innovation, expressing the desire to see the cities and regions of the old continent together and share their experiences in this area. Because she has said, this kind of initiatives will help the EU to transform its space into a space of innovation.

Through this award, the European Commission highlights these cities and recognizes the efforts leading they agree to promote innovation and improve the quality of life of their citizens. “We want to encourage cities to raise the bar higher for innovation and create a network of cities to share their best ideas for the future” said the European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and of science.

In 2011, the Spanish city launched the project “Barcelona, a city for its inhabitants” which relies on the use of new technologies to promote economic growth and well -being of its inhabitants. The project includes several initiatives that encourage sustainable growth that relate particularly to intelligent lighting, mobility (electric vehicles) and the residual energy (district heating and cooling).

After the iCapital, Barcelona can be the perfect capital for yours event & incentives in Spain.

Barcelona awarded the prize of 500,000 euros at the expense of Grenoble (France) and Groningen (Netherlands), said Tuesday 11th March the European Commission.

The contest was open to all cities of the Member States of the European Union listing more than 100,000 citizens. The Spanish city was rewarded for introducing the use of new technologies in order to bring the city closer to its citizens. “Barcelona deserves to win the first title of iCapitale for its commitment to use new technologies for the benefit of its people” said Ms Maire Geoghegan- Quinn, Member of the European Commission responsible for research and innovation.
The European Commission responsible also said that other rival cities presented initiatives and proposals valuable innovation, expressing the desire to see the cities and regions of the old continent together and share their experiences in this area. Because she has said, this kind of initiatives will help the EU to transform its space into a space of innovation.

Through this award, the European Commission highlights these cities and recognizes the efforts leading they agree to promote innovation and improve the quality of life of their citizens. “We want to encourage cities to raise the bar higher for innovation and create a network of cities to share their best ideas for the future” said the European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and of science.

In 2011, the Spanish city launched the project “Barcelona, a city for its inhabitants” which relies on the use of new technologies to promote economic growth and well -being of its inhabitants. The project includes several initiatives that encourage sustainable growth that relate particularly to intelligent lighting, mobility (electric vehicles) and the residual energy (district heating and cooling).

After the iCapital, Barcelona can be the perfect capital for yours event & incentives in Spain.

Barcelona awarded the prize of 500,000 euros at the expense of Grenoble (France) and Groningen (Netherlands), said Tuesday 11th March the European Commission.

The contest was open to all cities of the Member States of the European Union listing more than 100,000 citizens. The Spanish city was rewarded for introducing the use of new technologies in order to bring the city closer to its citizens. “Barcelona deserves to win the first title of iCapitale for its commitment to use new technologies for the benefit of its people” said Ms Maire Geoghegan- Quinn, Member of the European Commission responsible for research and innovation.
The European Commission responsible also said that other rival cities presented initiatives and proposals valuable innovation, expressing the desire to see the cities and regions of the old continent together and share their experiences in this area. Because she has said, this kind of initiatives will help the EU to transform its space into a space of innovation.

Through this award, the European Commission highlights these cities and recognizes the efforts leading they agree to promote innovation and improve the quality of life of their citizens. “We want to encourage cities to raise the bar higher for innovation and create a network of cities to share their best ideas for the future” said the European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and of science.

In 2011, the Spanish city launched the project “Barcelona, a city for its inhabitants” which relies on the use of new technologies to promote economic growth and well -being of its inhabitants. The project includes several initiatives that encourage sustainable growth that relate particularly to intelligent lighting, mobility (electric vehicles) and the residual energy (district heating and cooling).

After the iCapital, Barcelona can be the perfect capital for yours event & incentives in Spain.

Barcelona awarded the prize of 500,000 euros at the expense of Grenoble (France) and Groningen (Netherlands), said Tuesday 11th March the European Commission.

The contest was open to all cities of the Member States of the European Union listing more than 100,000 citizens. The Spanish city was rewarded for introducing the use of new technologies in order to bring the city closer to its citizens. “Barcelona deserves to win the first title of iCapitale for its commitment to use new technologies for the benefit of its people” said Ms Maire Geoghegan- Quinn, Member of the European Commission responsible for research and innovation.
The European Commission responsible also said that other rival cities presented initiatives and proposals valuable innovation, expressing the desire to see the cities and regions of the old continent together and share their experiences in this area. Because she has said, this kind of initiatives will help the EU to transform its space into a space of innovation.

Through this award, the European Commission highlights these cities and recognizes the efforts leading they agree to promote innovation and improve the quality of life of their citizens. “We want to encourage cities to raise the bar higher for innovation and create a network of cities to share their best ideas for the future” said the European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and of science.

In 2011, the Spanish city launched the project “Barcelona, a city for its inhabitants” which relies on the use of new technologies to promote economic growth and well -being of its inhabitants. The project includes several initiatives that encourage sustainable growth that relate particularly to intelligent lighting, mobility (electric vehicles) and the residual energy (district heating and cooling).

After the iCapital, Barcelona can be the perfect capital for yours event & incentives in Spain.

Barcelona awarded the prize of 500,000 euros at the expense of Grenoble (France) and Groningen (Netherlands), said Tuesday 11th March the European Commission.

The contest was open to all cities of the Member States of the European Union listing more than 100,000 citizens. The Spanish city was rewarded for introducing the use of new technologies in order to bring the city closer to its citizens. “Barcelona deserves to win the first title of iCapitale for its commitment to use new technologies for the benefit of its people” said Ms Maire Geoghegan- Quinn, Member of the European Commission responsible for research and innovation.
The European Commission responsible also said that other rival cities presented initiatives and proposals valuable innovation, expressing the desire to see the cities and regions of the old continent together and share their experiences in this area. Because she has said, this kind of initiatives will help the EU to transform its space into a space of innovation.

Through this award, the European Commission highlights these cities and recognizes the efforts leading they agree to promote innovation and improve the quality of life of their citizens. “We want to encourage cities to raise the bar higher for innovation and create a network of cities to share their best ideas for the future” said the European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and of science.

In 2011, the Spanish city launched the project “Barcelona, a city for its inhabitants” which relies on the use of new technologies to promote economic growth and well -being of its inhabitants. The project includes several initiatives that encourage sustainable growth that relate particularly to intelligent lighting, mobility (electric vehicles) and the residual energy (district heating and cooling).

After the iCapital, Barcelona can be the perfect capital for yours event & incentives in Spain.

Barcelona awarded the prize of 500,000 euros at the expense of Grenoble (France) and Groningen (Netherlands), said Tuesday 11th March the European Commission.

The contest was open to all cities of the Member States of the European Union listing more than 100,000 citizens. The Spanish city was rewarded for introducing the use of new technologies in order to bring the city closer to its citizens. “Barcelona deserves to win the first title of iCapitale for its commitment to use new technologies for the benefit of its people” said Ms Maire Geoghegan- Quinn, Member of the European Commission responsible for research and innovation.
The European Commission responsible also said that other rival cities presented initiatives and proposals valuable innovation, expressing the desire to see the cities and regions of the old continent together and share their experiences in this area. Because she has said, this kind of initiatives will help the EU to transform its space into a space of innovation.

Through this award, the European Commission highlights these cities and recognizes the efforts leading they agree to promote innovation and improve the quality of life of their citizens. “We want to encourage cities to raise the bar higher for innovation and create a network of cities to share their best ideas for the future” said the European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and of science.

In 2011, the Spanish city launched the project “Barcelona, a city for its inhabitants” which relies on the use of new technologies to promote economic growth and well -being of its inhabitants. The project includes several initiatives that encourage sustainable growth that relate particularly to intelligent lighting, mobility (electric vehicles) and the residual energy (district heating and cooling).

After the iCapital, Barcelona can be the perfect capital for yours event & incentives in Spain.

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