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Consumers demand low-carbon housing

Consumers demand low-carbon housing

A YouGov poll shows that the majority of residents believe local authorities should deny building requests for buildings built with a high-carbon footprint.

Smart city challenge aims to reduce time spent at red traffic lights

Smart city challenge aims to reduce time spent at red traffic lights

The Transforming Intersections challenge aims to change the way cities move by collaborating with governments to solve some of the most complex mobility issues they face.

Helsinki launches local sustainability programme

Helsinki launches local sustainability programme

Think Sustainably aims to help individuals make informed lifestyle and business decisions and comes in response to citizen concern about climate change.

Social housing landlord undertakes IoT trial across city-wide fibre

Social housing landlord undertakes IoT trial across city-wide fibre

Cross Key Homes in Peterborough has partnered with CityFibre to deploy a network of sensors throughout its estate to test a number of different scenarios.

Smart grid test bed accelerates clean energy vision

Smart grid test bed accelerates clean energy vision

Portland General Electric claims it is integrating smart grid technology on a scale never attempted before in the US and partnering with customers to decarbonise the grid

Pittsburgh plugs into energy savings

Pittsburgh plugs into energy savings

The city council has announced an integrated energy savings-as-a-service initiative which aims to deliver savings to city facilities