Energy & Water

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.

Innovations In Smart Water Technology To Fight The Global Water Crisis

The global water crisis is a soaring issue calling for a holistic approach inclusive of wise investments, innovation in technology, change in behaviour and...

Technology For Water Recycling In Smart Cities – Intelligent Consumption And...

Water, the heart and soul of our planet is the key foundation of every civilisation which came into existence. From time immemorial, societies have...

Smart Grids and Smart Meters – Redefining energy consumption

Digital technology has made inroads in every aspect of our lives. Smart Grid and Meters are another such form in digital space shaping the...

Renewable Energy in Smart Cities – An insight to the development

Decades ago, in the quest of transforming the cities into a technological arena the role of environment had gone unnoticed. But fortunately, today people...

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