Tag Archives: electricity

Solar power is one of the largest alternative energy and renewable energy sources (RES) segments. Today, it is customary to distinguish between three main solar energy technologies: solar energy can be used to generate electricity (photovoltaics, PV), to obtain concentrated thermal energy for subsequent power generation (concentrated solar power, CSP), or direct heating of the […]

Smart grid – electricity network that uses ICT to integrate the actions of all users connected to it – generators, consumers and those that do both – in order to efficiently deliver sustainable, economic and secure electricity supplies. An enhanced electrical grid that uses analogue or digital technology to gather and act on information such […]

Sustainability – the maintenance and betterment of the ecological, social, and economic health of a city. “Sustainability” is a completely new model for the use of resources and the interaction between man and nature. The main goal is to build a new innovative environment with a society that cares about the environment. Sustainable development is […]

A zero-carbon city runs entirely on renewable energy; it has no carbon footprint and will in this respect not cause harm to the planet. A zero-carbon city runs entirely on renewable energy; it has no carbon footprint and in this respect does not harm the planet. Most of the world’s cities produce energy by burning […]

Waste-to-energy incineration of municipal solid waste that then uses the energy (in the form of heat) to produce electricity and/or steam for heating. Your clicks help us to continue

Here in Malta, IBM is building the world’s first smart grid to govern electricity and water. It will also make environmental measures…

The modern conception of fractals helps us understand Akasha as the initial substance. The Akasha is the space of everything.

Vienna is taking up global issues with flying colors, thanks to an innovative Smart City strategy. Browse strategy, mission and vision.

Berlin, Germany’s capital, dates to the 13th century. Reminders of the city’s turbulent 20th-century history include its Holocaust memorial and the Berlin Wall’s graffitied remains. Divided during the Cold War, its 18th-century Brandenburg Gate has become a symbol of reunification. The city’s also known for its art scene and modern landmarks like the gold-colored, swoop-roofed […]

A General Plan is sometimes referred to as a “Master Plan” or “Comprehensive Plan.” It is a community’s general guide for making land-use decisions…

The City of Stockholm has the very important task of reporting what is happening in Stockholm and the political decisions taken in the City Hall. We do…

The state of Green is a not-for-profit, public-private partnership from Denmark. We foster relations with international stakeholders…

A portfolio of smart software, services, meters, and sensors helps our customers better manage energy and water for the people they serve.

Buildings are a core component of Schneider Electrics smart city. From dining, shopping, and sleeping to learning, working and recovering.

Renewable energy is a practical, affordable solution to our electricity needs. Simply, by ramping up renewable energy. Renewable energy—wind, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric, and biomass. These energies provide substantial benefits for our climate, our health, and our economy. Each source of renewable energy has unique benefits and costs. &nbsp &nbsp Cut global warming emissions by green-powered […]

2-4 May 2020 Prague Smart Cities, Smart infrastructures and smart buildings, Smart digital services, energy-aware systems and technologies, Sustainable Computing and Systems.

“How Big Oil Made The World” is the amazing contribution of investigative journalism by James Corbett on the operations of John D. Rockefeller and the Rockefeller Foundation, which reveals their huge influence on the oil industry and in shaping and controlling the world as we know it.  &nbsp &nbsp Who is Rockefeller and how he interacts […]

One of the ways to address climate change concerns is the use of renewable energy sources (solar or wind farms). However, a study by Lee Miller and David Keith from Harvard shows that wind turbines can also affect local warming. &nbsp &nbsp The underlying idea of how to reverse global warming is to reduce the […]

In Lower Saxony, from September, two hydrogen-powered trains run in commercial traffic. Their electric motors, which propel the chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen, are a more environmentally-friendly variant of conventional diesel engines. They do not produce carbon dioxide emissions. Trains run at a speed of up to 140 kilometers per hour. Alstom has manufactured […]

This is the story of a man whose ambitious goals and ideas largely transform our reality and make a much more endearing future. The American editor of the Rolling Stone spent nine months watching him with everything he did and worked on the following article. It perfectly summarizes who he is and what his colleagues […]