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The overall infrastructure of a city stands on energy consumption and water management. Reducing energy and consumption of crude materials and focusing on resource management is a major energy concern of a smart city. The website focuses on how smart supply integrated with renewable energy consumption is ready to shape the sustainable future of smart cities. This helps the smart cities in serving as an inspiration to each other.

Novel Ways Of Generating Renewable Energy

The US Energy Information Administration recently reported that the world will consume over 21,000 TWh of electricity overall...

Africa’s Renewable Energy Initiative – Goal, Commitment & Progress

Annually, more than 600,000 women and children in Africa die on account of indoor air pollution.  The...

3 Ways AI Is Helping Solve Water Crisis Beneath The Smart...

Management of freshwater, wastewater and stormwater is still a big deal for many cities around the world....

Green Banks Can Make Each Dollar Count In Smart Cities

Smart cities and their citizens around the world are now raising the beacon of war against climate...

Small Energy-driven Initiatives Inspiring Smart Cities

As per Renewables in Cities 2019 Global Status Report, in the attempt to advance renewable energy, cities...

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Biophilic Buildings To Create A Sustainable Environment In Smart Cities

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Cities are expanding with the increase in population and the decrease in green space. Urban infrastructure is...