New report highlights the benefits and challenges of digital technologies for renewable energy financing

New report highlights the benefits and challenges of digital technologies for renewable energy financing

The website Renews.biz provides a news item about a new report from DNV GL about the benefits and challenges of digital technologies for renewable energy financing. There are important findings that you should appreciate. Interestingly, “despite the hype around blockchain, 40% of finance industry respondents said they were not using the technology at all.”   … Continue reading

One of Apple’s co-founders carrying out an initiative that will be incorporating blockchain to improve energy efficiency

One of Apple’s co-founders carrying out an initiative that will be incorporating blockchain to improve energy efficiency

Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak has carried out an initiative that will be incorporating blockchain to bring more efficiency in the field of energy through a company in Malta. Ravi Rd explains in an article on the AllStocks website.   Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Builds a Blockchain Energy-Efficiency Company in Malta Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak has … Continue reading

Planners, community leaders and researchers are coming together to develop a new generation of smart cities

Planners, community leaders and researchers are coming together to develop a new generation of smart cities

New projects and partnerships with universities in eight European cities are making life better for residents, through the clever use of technology. James Ransom, PhD candidate, international higher education at University College London, discusses some of these developments in an article on The Conversation website.   New wave of smart cities has arrived – and … Continue reading

Timber skyscrapers getting a boost in Canada

Timber skyscrapers getting a boost in Canada

British Columbia has doubled height limits allowed for timber towers – and countries around the world are following suit. Vancouver is planning for a 40-storey tower that would be the world’s tallest wooden building. Leyland Cecco explains latest developments in an article in The Guardian.   Canadian cities take wooden skyscrapers to new heights British … Continue reading