This city's urban infrastructure promises lower power costs

The city of Denver, Colorado wants to increase its operational efficiencies in order to give residents better access to lower power costs, water conservation, public safety and health care services. They have chosen to team up with Panasonic, and a number of other private sector partners, to pilot a number of smart city initiatives that leverage Panasonic’s CityNOW approach to integrating smart city technology.


Panasonic's CityNOW approach is based on its experience building a sustainable smart city in Fujisawa, Japan. Built on the site of an old factory, the town is now a thriving community with renewable energy systems that can provide off-grid power for up to three days, the company said.

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