It is a paramount priority that cities will get ready for the raising challenges of urbanization and climate change, to reach the overall decarbonisation target and answer flexibly to the ever-changing needs of their citizens. This will require massive and collaborative efforts from the private and public sectors to leverage a common pool of opportunities. Enel X brings to the table half a century of experience in the energy sector and an open approach to innovation, to rethink energy as a key enabler of smart and sustainable city models. The electrification of public services, the digitalization of energy monitoring and consumption combined with cutting edge technological advances are the foundation of renewed and improved urban services. Innovative business models that leverage savings from energy efficiency and ‘as-a-service’ propositions are the engine of this transition, as they unlock critical resources, reduce risks, create new revenue streams and promote the adoption of circularity models. Enel X is already partnering with public administrations all over the world, offering city-ready solutions for smart lighting, electric public transportation, smart buildings and digital platforms, to build electrified and digitalized urban ecosystems that power and empower the smart city revolution.
Electrification and Digitalization to Empower the Smart City Revolution
The effects of forest fires on cities
City Possible Summit 2021. Smart Resilience: Technology for a Disaster-Ready City
Which cities in the future will be underwater?
What causes the drought cycles in Africa?
The German recycling system: the world’s best recycling country
How many people can Earth support?
What is geoengineering and how can it be used to create resilient cities?
Blue Economy: Living with the Oceans and from the Oceans
Felix Finkbeiner | Interview | Why We Need a Trillion Trees
The Fight for a Pollution-Free Planet
What has made Copenhagen the green capital of the world?
Turning Climate Action Risks into Opportunities
Odile Rodriguez de la Fuente | Keynote Session | Climate for Change
Renewable energy generation: description, types and objectives
What happens to an ecosystem that experiences a prolonged drought?
Pros and cons of Wind Energy: Advantages and challenges
How is ocean pollution affecting humans?
What is decarbonization? Targets and processes
Rainwater catchment systems: from cisterns to smart infrastructures
Where does recycling end and greenwashing begin?
Connected agriculture: the Internet of Things extends to farming
Projecting the port of the future 👉 Port of Barcelona, IV Strategic Plan 2021-2025
What is sustainable waste management and why should cities embrace it?
URBACT across EU countries: driving change at National Level
Smart water management: real cases of IoT that are helping to improve cities
How Chennai wants to build resilience to climate change and the threats to its wetlands
How Portugal is becoming a Smart Nation
Tomorrow.Podcast 1x03: Reorganization of public space: who owns the streets?
PODCAST 1x03 - Reorganization of public space: who owns the streets?
The three principles of sustainability and how to implement them in cities
Sustainable food: reality or fantasy?
The countries predicted to lose the most with climate change
Young children are intuitive urban planners — we would all benefit from living in their ‘care-full’ cities
A city of empty houses: How work from home, job losses hit Bengaluru's residential rentals
Energy needed a digital revolution – and we are it
How the power of IoT makes smart cities a reality
Laura Tenenbaum, scientist and communicator: We will lose some battles against climate change
Cities: the unexpected driving force behind a green global revolution
Heatwaves and urban heat islands: what are cities to do?
Malmo, the Swedish city that is neutralising its climate impact by betting on renewable energies
What we can learn from Oslo’s waste management system
Zero-mile farming: infographic
Smart Forest City Cancun: a futuristic orchard in the middle of the Riviera Maya
Which are the 12 greenest cities in the world?
Do we consume more energy per capita, or less?
Smart City holidays: What will tourism be like in the future?
Solar cities: an opportunity not to be missed
Recovering energy from traffic: positive energy roads
From nocturnal trucks to AI: how urban waste management is changing
Amsterdam launches a modular urban lighting system
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