Smart grids and smart cities can change the world for the better. They go hand in hand. This playbook passes along success stories, lessons learned, and best practices gleaned by the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) and the Smart Cities Council to help cities and electric companies accomplish more together.
Policy frameworks and tools
As the U.S. election season focuses attention on national priorities, the Smart Cities Council has released a policy brief detailing how smart infrastructure investments in our cities and towns will create jobs and promote greater prosperity for all. Click to read the executive summary or download the full report.
This policy review, a white paper from Council Lead Partner GE, provides a valuable starting point for governments to evaluate the appropriate mix of policies that will best fit their needs as they work to expand their water recycling and reuse programs. It offers policy options as well as examples from throughout the world.
This white paper is a direct outgrowth of US-India Business Council (USIBC) Chairman and MasterCard Global CEO Ajay Banga's mission to meet with the new Modi Administration in June.
A smart city is efficient, connected, sustainable over a long-term, self-contained, self-supporting and aesthetic. With five decaded of experience of developing cities, Egis envisages the role of the ICT network as an integrator of the essentials that cities in India are made of. Read on to find out what are the key attributes of sustainable Smart City according to Egis.
Region-wise shortlisted consulting firms for 'Preparation of Proposal for Assisting Cities to Participate in the Smart City Challenge'