Environment and sustainability. The Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy valued the scope, efficiency and cross-cutting focus of the plan.
Urban planning. This is the first stage in redeveloping the site of the old Sant Andreu barracks. When the second stage is complete, the park will cover 22,000 square metres and become the largest green space in the neighbourhood.
The section runs from Passeig de Gràcia to Passeig de Sant Joan and has allowed the bike lane to be shifted onto the road surface, with two segregated one-way lanes.
Users of the X1 service will get around with this innovative zero-emissions vehicle, which will be recharged at the green hydrogen plant.
The climate emergency and the impact of waste at the centre of a new awareness-raising campaign aimed at city residents.
Recycling campaign. In February, Barcelona launched a new sensitisation and awareness-raising campaign aimed at city residents about waste collection and recycling, which this year focuses on the context of the Climate Emergency.
Barcelona City Council launches a campaign encouraging citizens to invest in solar panelling at a public facility
Energy. The Convent de Sant Agustí community centre will be the first municipal building offering citizens the chance to invest in local solar energy. The crowdlending system means investors will get their money back.