James Murray, Editor of BusinessGreen magazine, takes a look at the success of the Cognicity Challenge and how its is paving the way for Canary Wharf to become a smart city test bed.
SEaB Energy was proud to be a Cognicity Challenge winner earlier this year and we’re now working towards implementing our small-scale power plants on the Canary Wharf estate. Our technology will convert food and organic waste to electricity, heat and water, which can be used on site to power buildings, whilst at the same time eliminating waste collection costs. The benefit to the estate will be cheap energy, reduced operating costs, fewer lorries and a reduction of their carbon footprint.
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