Defining the Nature of Energy in a Smart City

Cities have key energy challenges related to transportation, industry, and buildings. Urban areas already consume two thirds of the world’s energy, with a mix heavily dependent on fossil fuels. Cities are tasked with maintaining economic growth and the safety and security of their citizens as urbani...

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