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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.

Small Energy-driven Initiatives Inspiring Smart Cities

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

Top 3 Largest Floating Wind Farms In The World

Sustainability is the core agenda of smart cities around the world. The greatest component that contributes to...

How Much Would a Smart Home Cost Today?

With the still burgeoning development of the Internet of Things (IoT), today’s tech experts are finding better ways to integrate smart devices into homes....

Smart Meters For The Cutting Edge Smart Cities

Different government agencies from all over the world are transforming their cities into smart cities. Because of the increasing pollution levels, the world environment...

Kim Brostrøm, CTO, DOLL Network discusses innovation in intelligent lighting

Supporting municipalities, private organisations and decision makers with insights and data collected for a future-proof transition to smart lighting technologies. Chief Technology Officer of...

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