• Songpa-gu, South Korea

  • Galle, Sri Lanka

  • Salerno, Italy

  • Bogotá D.C, Colombia

Energy is the material basis for human civilization and progress and indispensable to social development. The world has an endless desire for power supply and has experienced an increasingly demand of energy. However, energy will, by no means, be in endless supply.

As the pace of industrialization and urbanization speeds up, the total amount of energy consumption sees a rapid go-up, highlighting problems of global energy shortage and environmental change.

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  • Songpa-gu, South Korea

    Songpa-gu, a city in South Korea with a history dating back 2,000 years, combines both classic and modern features boasting pleasant natural environment and rich cultural heritages.

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  • Galle, Sri Lanka

    Galle, a coastal city situated on the southwestern tip of Sri Lanka boasts a rich natural landscape and long history. The city was once a major port and commercial center during 16th and 17th centuries.

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  • Salerno, Italy

    Salerno is the second largest city located on the coast of Campania. It is an important cultural center and famous tourism city in Italy with a long history and abundant tourism resources.

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  • Richard Heinberg

    Urban provisions require energy.

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  • Betsy Agar

    Cities put their energy supplies on a more sustainable footing.

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  • He Yongjian

    Everyone is both a consumer and producer of energy.

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  • Guangzhou·China

    Guangzhou, Romanized as Canton in the past, is the capital and largest city of southern China's Guangdong Province. It's also one of the five National Central Cities at the core of the Pearl River Delta. Thanks to its convenient geographical position, Guangzhou is often referred to as "China's Southern Gateway". With an extensive history of 2,230 years, Guangzhou is the oldest port city and commercial center connecting with the outside world. Covering an area of 7,434.43 square meters, the city has a registered population of 8.25 million, and is home to more than 16 million people. A metropolis full of life, Guangzhou is one of only a handful of historical cities, national innovative cities, and civilized cities, and info-ports announced by the State Council.

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