From London to New York: How sustainable cities can engage citizens

April 13, 2012 at 2:41 pm

London offers huge potential to become a truly sustainable city — thanks to smart meters, decentralized energy production, and smart people.

I live in London, and am pleased that there are initiatives here which recognize and promote the deployment of smart meters for electricity (and hopefully, soon, water). These efforts note the benefits that smart meters can provide — such as helping people save energy, water and money as well as increasing the use of renewable resources.

I read about several of these efforts in the first quarterly newsletter of the Low Carbon London project, which launched six months ago…

Full post, by Alicia Carrasco: How sustainable cities can engage citizens: from London to New York

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Entry filed under: Energy Efficiency, environmental benefits, Europe, UK.

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