The REPLICATE project – Bristol FAQ

Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the REPLICATE project in Bristol.

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1- What does REPLICATE stand for?

REPLICATEREnaissance of PLaces with Innovative Citizenship And TEchnologies – is a European research and development project that aims to deploy integrated energy, mobility and ICT solutions in city districts.

2- What are the project’s aims?

The main objectives of the REPLICATE project are energy efficiency, sustainable mobility and integrated ICT infrastructures. Find out more.

3- Who is involved in the project?

Bristol is one of three lead cities across Europe, alongside San Sebastian and Florence. The overall project has a consortium of 36 partners, with 11 partners delivering the project in Bristol.

There are also a number of other international cities learning from the project: find out more.

4- What is the overall EU project budget and the Bristol budget?

The total REPLICATE budget is €29 million and the budget for the REPLICATE project consortium in Bristol is €7.8 million (including partner funding).  These figures include match funding. Find out more.

5- What are the timescales for the project?

The project started in February 2016 and ends in January 2021. Find out more.

6- How can I get involved in the project?

Residents and community groups in the REPLICATE area of Ashley, Easton and Lawrence Hill can complete an online or paper form (available in Junction 3 library- BS5 0FJ) to register their interest.

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement No 691735