The five winners of the 2018 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grants will be announced in March. Click to read Tech Republic coverage of the nine finalists and their smart city plans.
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Puerto Rico was selected as an early winner of a 2018 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge grant to help the island country rebuild after Hurricane Maria. Click to read a StateScoop article to get the details.
Nine finalists have been chosen for the 2018 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grant Program. Read on to learn how the finalists would take advantage of the smart city mentoring and workshops they would receive if selected as Challenge Grant winners.
Finalists for the 2018 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grant program have been announced. Find out which regions they are in this brief GCN article, and what the five winning entries will receive.
Here are the 10 finalists for this year’s Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grants. Learn about their ambitious visions and the steps they’re already taking to achieve them. Also, hear about our special award to help Puerto Rico recover faster from last year’s devastating hurricane.
The Edison Electric Institute and the Council launched a partnership during Smart Cities Week in Washington, D.C. to help cities become more sustainable and smarter. Read on to learn about the advantages and efficiencies to be gained when cities and their energy providers work together.
In this Huffington Post piece, a contributing writer provides an interview with Connie Heath, Director of Partner Engagement for the Council on what Smart Cities Week is and its part in the Council's mission to help cities become smarter.
Columbus, Ohio, is in the process of building the platform that will act as the brain of the city’s connected transportation system. The project's director explained the city's strategy during Smart Cities Week in Washington, D.C.
A more resilient electric grid is at the heart of the smart energy movement, and utilities must collaborate with municipal leaders to leverage investments in smart infrastructure that help cities reach their smart city goals, the chairman of the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) said during Smart Cities Week in Washington, D.C. earlier this month.
Cities looking at IoT connected technology should consider smart street lighting as a first step. Read the excerpt from State Tech (including comments from Smart Cities Week participants) to find out more about why cities are increasingly seeing street lights as a way to enhance energy efficiency and much more.