H22 Exhibition

H22 City Expo

For 35 days, Helsingborg invites the world to explore new twists on a sustainable city that celebrates all life. Discover how innovation and collaboration can inspire everyday solutions to the world’s biggest challenges. Unleash your inner changemaker and connect with people from across the world.







WHAT TO EXPECT

Get a closer look at the latest tech, the future homes, and the newest takes on a sustainable city – for the people, and by the people. Engage with hundreds of innovative ideas and solutions on show, and put your own flavour in the development mix. You’ll be a living component in an urban lab that brings together industry leaders, public sector pioneers, and passionate residents to develop, share, and test real-life solutions in real time. Make H22 City Expo your platform and spark new connections for the future.


EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES

H22 City Expo is an arena for the world’s visionary leaders, urban disruptors, and crazy dreamers to explore local solutions to the global challenges that will define our future – and where cities must lead the charge. The H22 City Expo provides an opportunity to meet with a community of peers and turn words into actions that shape sustainable cities. Inspire and be inspired through talks, conferences, site visits, and hackathons. Explore the city as a living lab and experience the biggest arena in Europe for sustainable urban transformation in 2022.




ReCreate project @ H22 City Expo

Concrete is a big challenge for the climate and also one of the most important components of our buildings. The main goal of the ReCreate project is to introduce the concept of circularity into construction and to make the construction of new buildings and our future homes with reused concrete elements a viable option for the future of sustainable construction. It also examines the systemic changes needed throughout the construction process, from demolishing to the design of new buildings, to making circular building standard practice.







EU FUNDING

“This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 958200”.

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