The Smart Cities Council will conduct a utility/city Readiness Workshop wherein utilities and cities can learn and explore how to make cities livable, workable and sustainable.
At Smart Cities Week Silicon Valley on May 7, 2018 - The Smart Cities Council will conduct a utility/city Readiness Workshop wherein utilities and cities can learn and explore how to work together to advance livability, workability and sustainability.
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Cities, counties, states, provinces and regional authorities from anywhere in the U.S., Canada and Mexico can now apply for free technology, services and expert mentoring.
The following Smart Cities Council Partners are providing generous sponsorship for the 2018 Readiness Challenge program.
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Welcome to the Smart Cities Council, an organization dedicated to making cities more livable, workable, and sustainable. Through the generous support of the Edison Electric Institute, North American electric companies may join the Council as North American Utility Partners, entitling them to a range of benefits as described below.
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