More than 50% of humans now live in urban environments, but cities worldwide are experiencing infrastructure problems, poor air quality and high carbon footprints. However, distributed energy resources – including small-scale renewable generation, electricity storage, renewable heat and electrified and autonomous vehicles – are now sufficiently mature to positively affect these issues.
Pixie Energy is working to help deploy and connect these assets into a harmonious whole to benefit cities with better air quality, lower emissions, and reduced energy costs.
Our services in the smart cities space
- Flexible smarter electricity networks – At this training course our experts will clearly explain the industry-led developments too, and using case studies will set out the how local distribution network flexibility services can be accessed today and the scale of the opportunity in the future as the frameworks to move towards smarter and more flexible networks beds in.
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- Government launches a Net Zero Review
- Energy:2030 Issue 22
- Electricity North West launches Smart Street project
- ScottishPower and SP Energy Networks launch new climate roadmap
- Utilising mixed technologies to decarbonise heat will drive climate action
- Gnewt joins Cisco’s Vehicle-to-Grid E-Flex project
- Smarter grid solutions respond to the governments EV charging consultation
- Energy White Paper delayed until Q1 2020
- Good Energy launches EV charging service for UK business
- Government promises action on energy efficiency and transport emissions