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Stockholm Royas Seaport Eco-cycel model

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Coordinator STOCKHOLMS KOMMUN - Exploateringskontoret
Funding from Vinnova SEK 500 000
Project duration December 2014 - June 2015
Status Completed
Venture Challenge-Driven Innovation – Stage 1 initiation

Purpose and goal

The aim is to realize an innovative approach for a recycling model including energy, water and materials in Stockholm Royal Seaport. A communication strategy and a concept for a first version of the ecocycle model 2.0 has been developed. Needs, priorities and activities for a collaboration project has been defined in order to deepen and further develop, visualize and portray the complex and abstract context and to explain and present educational system flows, synergies and relationships for different audiences.

Results and expected effects

The results are - a needs analysis conducted - prioritisation of activities and input - a constellation constellation consisting of stakeholders from industry, NGOs, academia and the public sector is identified. The expected effects are - key stakeholders are involved and engaged - common understanding of how to optimise the flow of resources through urban areas

Approach and implementation

The aim of the project has been to prepare an application for Step 2. Based on a previous feasibility study, a further needs assessment has been conducted. This has been done both in workshops with key stakeholders from the administrations and companies and through in-depth interviews with selected individuals. In parallel, the City has implemented a more extensive project to develop a communication concept for the model, which has contributed to the needs assessment. These activities have laid the foundation for the content of the application to Step 2.

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Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2014-04321

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