Smart cities offer a sustainable place to live and work. But if your city is like so many others it may not have the bucks to invest in the projects and technologies that make a city smart. Read our story to learn about financing models and sources (and a program that helps cities in developing countries improve their credit rating).
It just takes a simple online sign-up, but Pacific Gas & Electric says one in 10 of its California customers who are eligible for its CARE assistance program aren't taking advantage of it. That means they're missing out on a chance to reduce their utility bills up to 20% or more. What gives?
The U.S. wastes more than 2 trillion gallons of treated water every year — water that could help address critical shortages. See how data and predictive analytics can go a long way to plugging your city's leaks.
Some 20% of the world’s population lives in areas where water is already in short supply, a number that is only going to grow. From shaded reservoirs to water ATMs, here are 5 ways cities are stepping up to quench the thirst.
Many cities are using tight budgets as an excuse to pause their sustainability efforts, according to a new survey. But some enterprising cities are treating them as a growth opportunity instead. Learn how that strategy is paying off.
Smart cities are an important subset of the Internet of Things, yet IBM estimates 90% of all data generated by smartphones, tablets, connected vehicles and other connected devices is never analyzed or acted on. Read how IBM plans to change that – and what it could mean for your city.