Smart cities aren’t built in a day, by Kees van der Klauw, head of research at Philips Lighting

Smart cities aren’t built in a day, by Kees van der Klauw, head of research at Philips Lighting

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As technologies evolve, citizens will expect public infrastructure to be as connected as the mobile devices they depend on More

Bring on better energy consumption management, by Rudy de Waele

Bring on better energy consumption management, by Rudy de Waele

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It’s still early days but the future of infrastructure and better energy consumption management looks bright More


Will cities join the renewable energy tsunami? asks Tom Lindberg, MD, ECOHZ

Will cities join the renewable energy tsunami? asks Tom Lindberg, MD, ECOHZ

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In the ’energy transition’ we all sense is upon us – the power of the consumer has so far been very much undervalued More

Smart metering for distribution network operators: now is the time to exploit smart data, by Alain Bollack, VP, Smart Energy, Utilities at Capgemini

Smart metering for distribution network operators: now is the time to exploit smart data, by Alain Bollack, VP, Smart Energy, Utilities at Capgemini

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The time has now come for DNOs to stop looking at smart meters from just a pure compliance perspective and start appreciating their wider value More

The Internet of meaningful things, by Rudy de Waele

The Internet of meaningful things, by Rudy de Waele

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Does the Internet of Things has the potential to become a meaningful enabler of personalised solutions to improve urban quality living? More

How large buildings can take advantage of energy disaggregation without installing submeters and sensors, by LEM’s Patrick Schuler

How large buildings can take advantage of energy disaggregation without installing submeters and sensors, by LEM’s Patrick Schuler

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Energy disaggregation can perform remote energy audits, measure and validate utility demand-response programmes More



People power

People power

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SCW editor Melony Rocque muses upon the petrol station of the future More