Siemens and HAEI offer an integrated concept to control use of power. SIVACON S4 Switchgear & Controlgear provides a platform for distributing power within high-rise buildings, infrastructures and utility industries
Cities, utilities, and smart energy for smart cities vendors are expected to take advantage of market synergies, report finds
A new report from Navigant Research examines the smart energy for smart cities market, focusing on the smart grid and advanced energy technologies segments, with global market forecasts for revenue, through 2024.
As a leading player in district energy solutions, Danfoss presents know-how and future smart technologies at the Nordic Efficiency event in Paris. The solutions help increase energy efficiency in cities and the potential is huge.
Every day, more than half of the energy used for generating electricity vanishes into the air. This colossal energy waste has spurred the development of district heating and cooling systems that can utilize surplus energy to heat or cool people’s homes and to supply domestic hot water.
Mobile app provides free data on renewable energy potential across the globe
Smartphone users can now access the most reliable data on global renewable energy potential, for free, thanks to an application launched today by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). The Global Atlas pocket, now available on all platforms including BlackBerry® 10, iOS, Android™ and Windows Phone®, is the only global tool of its kind, combining 1,000 maps from 67 governments and 50 data centres to provide information on renewable energy resources anywhere in the world.
Siemens has chosen Ann Arbor, MI as the company’s first Center of Excellence for Intelligent Traffic Technology. Understanding the impact integrating intelligent software and hardware can have on significantly improving a city’s transportation system, Siemens will provide Ann Arbor with its latest innovative hardware and software technology to help expand the city’s smart traffic system infrastructure. Ann Arbor will be among the country’s first real-world implementations of this latest intelligent traffic technology and the partnership will allow the city to continue to modernize and enhance its transportation systems through improved intelligence. The new technologies and partnership will allow Siemens and the city to gather new real-world data and insight into the impact of intelligent traffic technologies on congestion and safety.