My Internship with SmartKlub – Joanna Davies
Some background I joined SmartKlub soon after I graduated with a degree in Physical Geography from the University of Bristol. Having always had an interest in the environment, climate change and sustainability SmartKlub offered an exciting opportunity to apply my interests
Carbon Neutral by 2025: is Copenhagen the Smartest City?
Copenhagen has set a target to become the first carbon neutral capital city in the world by 2025. The city is already meeting these targets; the mid term goal, to reduce emissions by 20% by 2015, was achieved in 2011.
The Smartest City? Hamburg
By 2050 the World Health Organisation estimates that the global urban population will have doubled. As populations grow and resources become stretched smart cities offer solutions to manage assets, resources and meet resident’s needs at a local level. By boosting
Energy Time Bomb for UK’s Ageing Population
The UK’s population is ageing. This will put more pressure on public health services, pension demand, the economy and social care. But what does this mean for the UK’s domestic energy demand? Energy demand in the home is influenced by a
Small Energy Savings can Deliver Large Strategic Outcomes
Investing in retrofit measures and energy generation reduces the UK’s reliance on fossil fuels, a centralised energy system and international gas imports. Removing some of the pressures put on energy systems, especially during peak times, can deliver economic benefits and