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Google’s artificial intelligence division Deepmind has partnered with UK Power Networks to create digital versions of maps covering more than 180,000km of electricity cables.   AI is is already cutting 20,000 hours’ scanning work down to 15

The collaboration brings together Itron’s energy management solutions and Microsoft’s cloud computing offerings to help cities and utilities reach their goals in areas such as grid resilience and decarbonisation.   The collaboration aims to help cities use

€100,000 will be invested with the focus primarily on solutions based on green technology and the circular economy but also on educational technologies and data-based decision support tools.   Entries are invited for the €100,000 innovation competition

UrbanFootprint has raised $25m in backing to expand its urban intelligence platform that enables cities to make more informed decisions on critical infrastructure investments.   UrbanFootprint's data will help prioritise investment for critical infrastructure UrbanFootprint, the US-based

Systems aim to mitigate the effects of climate change and are linked to a smart water management hub which uses predictive weather technology to reduce the likelihood of localised flood risk ahead of storm events.   Systems

A raft of measures in the 2022-23 draft budget include creating new open space, protecting parks, progressing the Power Melbourne project and cutting emissions.   Melbourne has committed more than $26m to protect parks and gardens The

The Savills 2022 Impacts programme examined 500 cities using metrics around economic strength, knowledge economy and technology, environmental and social governance, and real estate investment   New York City tops the 2022 Resilient Cities Index New York,

It seeks to provide an in-depth overview of policy in seven jurisdictions around the world to help assess the impact on five key low-carbon emitting technologies.   Policy support for alternative hydrogen production is evident in jurisdictions

Leading organisations across the built environment are backing an initiative to develop a standard for verifying UK buildings as net zero carbon.   Buildings are directly responsible for around one quarter of carbon emitted by the UK

Framework recognises that achieving Toronto’s accelerated climate goals and targets will require collaborative action by the public, private and non-profit sectors at a scale and pace rarely seen before.   Toronto wants to ensure clear accountability and