The 2000-Watt Smart City Association

2000 watt per person is the amount of constant consumption each person may use in order to be carbon neutral (or what we would rather call, a sustainable level of emissions). The 2000-Watt Concept was initially developed at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH, 1998). The Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) has thenContinue reading “The 2000-Watt Smart City Association”

Turning waste into energy without emitting CO2 and with the efficiency of fossil fuel plants

Thousands of acres of landfills all over the world, polluting our soil. What if we could start working on emptying them to make green hydrogen and start restoring our land? This innovation we are about to share with is the result of years of research from our member Maurizio Malugani, an Italian Industrial chemistry researcher,Continue reading “Turning waste into energy without emitting CO2 and with the efficiency of fossil fuel plants”

Hydrogen fuel cell commercial vehicle receives a grant

Innervated Vehicle engineering received a grant from UK’s Office for Zero Emission Vehicles in partnership with Innovate UK to develop proof of concept of a 3.5 tonne commercial vehicle with a hydrogen fuel cell that can deliver a range of over 341 miles (with rapid re-fuelling). There are 2.25 million 3.5tonne Light Goods Vehicles (LGVs) just in the UK. ThisContinue reading “Hydrogen fuel cell commercial vehicle receives a grant”

Could the only purpose-designed electric vehicle for emerging markets (and first flat-pack vehicle!) become part of our cold supply chain?

The Chilled OX just received funding from UK’s office of low emission vehicles from the Department for Transport (DfT), United Kingdom in June to develop #Solar powered refrigeration unit trucks. Their unique zero-emissions OX truck is designed to provide affordable #transport whilst also supporting the Sustainable Development Goal focused on reducing pollution and CO₂. For more information, visit their website: :

The Circular Society Network

How could we promote the sustainable and circular transformation of our Society without having our own community of complementary stakeholders and industries? Especially considering the analysis of technologies and stakeholders journeys we have been doing since the pandemic and the acceleration of the Events industry’s digital transformation. The opportunity to have an even bigger impact,Continue reading “The Circular Society Network”