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World Cities Thinking Urbanized New Energy

Cities shifting to decentralized energy finds report Tildy Bayar, 13 October 2016 (Decentralized Energy) “The world’s cities can no longer afford to rely on a centralized energy supply to meet their growing power demands, [according to Innovating Urban Energy from Arup and the World Energy Council. It calls] for new approaches to urban energy management…[N]ew technologies and business mo
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