Century after century, home along the east-central coast of the Arabian Peninsula generally meant a house of mud or coral brick, roofed with palm thatch, in a small town or settlement. Food staples were local dates and rice, as well as fish that came to shore aboard dhows powered by the winds. Cooking was fueled by wood, carried to the coast by camel from interior oases. It was an economy powered, directly and indirectly, by the sun.
This webinar focuses on why and how to publicly report city emissions data. Speakers discuss the benefits of conforming to reporting standards, how to meet best practices, and the role of reporting repositories. A list of suggested information to report and an example reporting template will be provided and examples from the buildings sector are being examined.
With the massive innovations brought by the "Internet of Things", the world is becoming ever more connected. Increased internet activities involve tremendous amounts of data to be stored, and we are already witnessing mushrooming growth in data centres over the past decade.
Development of energy efficiency projects for the ICT/Telecommunications Sector. Design of ICT based services for energy efficiency, with emphasis in smart energy & environmental services development (smart metering, smart grids, smart buildings, electric vehicles, etc) Energy and GHG emissions assessment frameworks for smart energy and environmental services in industries and smart cities; including IoT and big data services Definition of industry and local governance models for energy...
The goal of this webinar is to help cities develop building efficiency projects and programs that can successfully attract investment. The webinar describes what a strong project development process looks like and how the Building Efficiency Accelerator can assist cities in this process.