Cenex Explores Vehicle to Grid Technology

November 28, 2016

Cenex, a center of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies in the United Kingdom, is embarking on a project to investigate how cities can increase energy efficiency and decrease carbon emissions by integrating Read More

Architectural Vision Creates Living, Breathing Sustainable City

November 3, 2016

Cities around the world are constantly re-engineering themselves. They’re improving and updating their connectivity, infrastructure (both technology and facility/public works) and energy consumption. They’re trying to become environmentally friendly while insuring commerce and citizen lifestyles Read More

Innovation Spotlight: OptiRTC

October 28, 2016

Imagine that you could use sensors to proactively control water levels and distribution in storms. Rather than waiting on imminent problems to occur, cities can use Opti technology from OptiRTC to control infrastructure in order Read More

Multi-Microgrids Could Protect Against Blackouts

October 27, 2016

In 2003, portions of the Northeastern and Midwestern United States including Ontario, Canada, suffered a massive blackout that affected an estimated 55 million people. In some areas, back-up power systems held while others failed. It Read More

Singapore Expands Use of Smart Meters

October 27, 2016

S. Iswaran, the Minister for Trade and Industry of Singapore, recently announced plans to expand the use of smart meters for electricity, gas and water supply. A joint project of the energy board, national water Read More

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