Schréder and Huawei annonce strategic partnership to light and connect the city with shuffle...

At the Eighth Global Mobile Broadband Forum, Huawei, with the leading global outdoor lighting solutions provider Schréder, launched the Shuffle Site, a multi-functional light column co-developed by the two companies. Shuffle Site is based...

Smart City Expo World Congress will focus on citizen empowerment on its biggest edition

Under the theme Empower Cities, Empower People, Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC), the leading international event on smart cities will host on 2017 its biggest edition to date. From November 14 to 16,...

Firm Q3 suggests global clean energy investment for the whole of 2017 may slightly...

Seven giant wind projects, each costing between US$600m and US$4.5bn, and spread between the US, Mexico, the UK, Germany, China and Australia, helped global clean energy investment jump 40% YoY in the third quarter...

GPEX 2018 to establish framework for the energy transition

Policy, technological advances and cost reductions have made a cleaner energy mix a reality, and by 2030, Europe is to meet 27% of its total energy demand with renewable energy, and increase its energy...

European buildings hold an enormous potential of energy saving

The buildings where you sleep, eat, shop, learn and work hold a huge opportunity: EUR 67 billion savings on energy bills for EU citizens annually in 2030, and a reduction in emissions of 156...

Lego city models smart technology

A miniature adaptation of South Australia’s capital Adelaide is stocked with functioning smart lighting and parking applications to help demonstrate its effectiveness to local residents. It was built by the state’s largest Lego club...

Eptisa will provide technical assistance for the development of two Smart Cities in India

The Government of Rajasthan, through the Municipal Companies Jaipur Smart City Limited and Udaipur Smart City Limited, has awarded Eptisa two new technical assistance contracts for the execution and implementation of two "Smart City"...

Half of EU citizens could produce their own energy by 2050

Half of all EU citizens could be producing their own electricity by 2050, and meeting 45% of the EU’s energy demand. The European energy market is switching from fossil fuels and nuclear to renewable...