By 2030, 60 percent of the world’s population will live in cities. As our cities get larger and more complex, we have an opportunity to use new “smart” technologies to cut energy consumption, lower operational costs, decrease air pollution, protect water supplies, and deliver new services to offer citizens a better quality of life.
September 28th, 2017|Comments Off on Join our LIVE Smart Cities tweetchat on Oct 4
In conjunction with Smart Cities Week D.C. and the unveiling of our Consumer Research Study, Power Over Energy and Silverspring Networks will be hosting a Tweetchat on the topic of what consumers expect from smart city technologies.
TOWER OF POWER: A smart city will require smarter infrastructure. The Totem Power platform combines solar power, communications, energy storage, and EV charging, taking the concept of a utility pole to a whole new level.