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Concept Development for Smart Energy Networks

Tue, 2013-02-26 10:29 -- Liz Enbysk
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City leaders and policymakers interested in how a Smart Energy Network (SEN) contributes not only to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions but also to broader societal developments will find this paper useful. As it states, increases in energy efficiency potentially mean lower costs for consumers and thus more efficient production across a range of goods and services; increases in reliability that could well accompany increased deployment of SEN would also bring economic advantage.

How Smart is Your City?

Thu, 2013-02-21 04:13 -- Liz Enbysk
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City leaders, their IT teams and urban designers will find this paper of interest as it examines the core systems that are fundamental to a city's economic and social progress and how applying smart solutions can improve and optimize these systems – whether it be improving library services or maintaining sewage systems.

The Central Role of Cloud Computing in Making Cities Energy-Smart

Thu, 2013-02-21 03:54 -- Liz Enbysk
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City leaders and their information technology teams interested in how the evolution of urban energy infrastructures are being enabled by the integration of information technologies that help manage the increasingly distributed nature of energy supply and demand will find this paper useful.

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