The Asia Pacific Smart Cities Forum is a way of building a platform where overseas and local companies converge to explore new business opportunities and take the lead in the smart cities movement.
A new energy efficient system is necessary for the further evolution of smart cities
In recent years, solar systems and windmills have been the hottest trends among citizens – as “must-buy” things. Have you always dreamed of going green and making some extra cash on it?
In recent years, solar systems and windmills have been the hottest trends among citizens – as “must-buy” things. Have you always dreamed of going green and making some extra cash on it? Take this 46-year-old Australian as an excellent example. Sam Randall is not merely a dilettante when it comes to smart energy production. A few years ago, he installed a solar energy system and now supplies energy to his whole neighborhood. He hasn't only cut his bills, but made the government pay him for his investment. Cutting down on air pollution and carbon emissions come along as another huge benefit of Sam's hard work.
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Annual Shutdowns & Turnarounds Technical Forum
Over the past five years the Shutdowns & Turnarounds Technical Forum has grow to become one of Europe's leading and best established platforms to address the key challenges surrounding shutdowns and turnarounds.
Masterclass Maintenance and Reliability Practitioners
The 3-day training is a CMRP certification course on plant maintenance, reliability & operational excellence.
11th Annual HSE Excellence Europe
We link business, leadership, HSE and environmental topics in a mixture of theoretical keynotes, practical examples, case studies and motivational speeches. Whether you are interested in speaking, attending or sponsoring, you will gain valuable insights and contacts.
The TILOS project: Running on the power of nature
Growing number of microgrid projects are helping secluded settlements and islands become energy independent. Learn more about the TILOS project addressing the issue of a small Greek island near Rhodes.
Wind of change
How many wind turbines would it take to power the world? Steve Sawyer the Global Wind Energy Council's Secretary General, did the math: 21,000 terawatt-hours (the average annual global electricity consumption) divided by 0.005256 terawatt-hours of annual wind energy production per wind turbine equals approximately 3,995,434 onshore turbines.
Gone with the Wind
In last years, the wind energy has matured dramatically. We have prepared an infographic to immerse you in the topic.