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The Bus Stop delivers energy-efficient, sustainable cooling with no waste heat generation. Air purification technology removes harmful airborne particles. In addition, the bus stop harnesses digitalisation and data analytics to deliver energy-smart cooling and track commuter traffic.

Read more: https://www.opengovasia.com/articles/smart-bus-stop-being-trialled-in-singapore-to-improve-commuters-experiences

The New Clark City promises an opportunity for people to live and work in a city that is safe, prosperous and sustainable while caring for the environment. But are Filipinos ready to do their part to make this happen?

Read more: http://www.eco-business.com/news/clean-green-and-safe-the-philippines-first-sustainable-city-to-be-built-by-2022/

The equivalent output of a medium-sized coal-fired power station, the future of Australia’s solar industry is looking bright after a record 3.5 million panels were installed on rooftops last year.

Read more: http://econews.com.au/57025/record-3-5m-panels-a-bright-future-for-australian-solar/

Microsoft has made its first solar energy deal in India, by agreeing to purchase power generated from 3MW of solar capacity operated by Atria Power for the US tech giant’s new office building in Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

Read more: https://www.pv-tech.org/news/microsoft-signs-its-first-indian-solar-deal

Almost two-thirds of consumption-based emissions from global cities are imported from other regions.

Read more: http://www.energylivenews.com/2018/03/07/two-thirds-of-urban-emissions-are-being-outsourced/

India is in the midst of a frantic large-scale solar tender bonanza that seeks to emulate China’s colossal PV deployment. Doubters say the plans are ill-timed given the Indian sector’s stuttering at the hands of various trade disputes and additional taxes, but the hunger for new capacity could be satiated through a promising new outlet.

Read more: https://www.pv-tech.org/features/monsoon-rising-an-anchor-for-indias-floating-pv-dreams