Energy Efficiency in Buildings (EEB)
Buildings are the largest energy consumers in the world economy, accounting for over one-third of all final energy produced. They also represent approximately 30% of energy-related global carbon emissions. This makes energy efficiency in buildings a critical component of sustainable cities. Read more.
Zero Emissions Cities (ZEC)
Cities currently account for 70 - 80% of all green-house gas emissions. To achieve climate neutrality and bring their sustainability vision to life, an increasing number of cities around the world are committing to deep emissions cuts in the coming decades. This requires fundamental transformations in the supply, distribution, management of energy systems, combined with major behavioural shifts in how citizens, businesses and governments use energy. Read more
Sustainable Mobility Project (SMP)
Safe and energy-efficient movement of goods and people is essential for creating prosperous and resilient cities. It has a positive environmental impact and contributes to economic growth by creating value for businesses and the society. Read more.
Urban Infrastructure Initiative (UII)
Business has a critical role to play as a solution provider for more efficient, sustainable and livable cities. Working with ten leading cities; Turku (Finland), Tilburg (The Netherlands), Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Surat and Vadodara in Gujarat State (India), Yixing (China), Kobe (Japan, Guadalajara (Mexico), and Philadelphia (USA), our UII project provided a platform for collaborative strategic engagement between cities and business. Read more.