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This week we’ve taken a Smart Cities vision piece from Ericsson as a top story because so many of its arguments can we believe be applied to our Smart Villages concept. Access to energy and ICT can just as effectively lead to the Networked Society in a rural context and provide a counterbalance to urbanisation. With an efficient renewables-powered mini-grid, the convergence of many powerful forces, such as near-ubiquitous connectivity, mobility, big data, 3D printing, robotics and cloud technologies could also result in smart, sustainable villages that use ICT to improve livability, workability, resilience and sustainability. In the Smart Villages Initiative we are now looking to understand the issues and complexity of the stakeholder ecosystem involved in achieving this vision. Part of this involves reaching out to the Smart Cities advocates to see ourselves a part of a common approach and perhaps seeing ultimately seeing SDG11 replace “communities”  with “Smart Villages”.

Top Stories

Revenue From Micro And Nano-Grids To Solar Says New Report
Annual revenue for remote power systems is expected to exceed $25 billion in 2024, according to a recent report from Navigant Research. Microgrids and nanogrids are a leading opportunity for public- and private-sector energy interests. The flexibility of these distributed energy resources (DER) is innovative and makes them appealing means for nations worldwide to meet their global energy access commitments. [...]

Elp (16.08.16)

Renewable Energy Use Grows 70% In G20 Countries In Five Years
Seven G20 countries generate more than 10% of their energy from wind and sun compared to three countries in 2010, according to a survey commissioned by the Financial Times.Germany is the leading user of "green power", with 36% of its electricity coming from these renewable sources, the Financial Times said. [...]

Out-law (17.08.16)

Goats For Water Shines In Pakistan
It is not a hidden fact that Pakistan lacks in areas of infrastructural development, faces an acute energy crisis, and is unable to provide basic facilities of healthcare and education to many. Hence, it makes sense that startups tend to focus on these areas to fill the void. ‘Goats for water’ (GFW) is one such endeavour and was recently selected as one of 18 South Asian companies in the USAID- and DFID-funded SPRING programme – a startup accelerator. [...]

Anusha Zahid - Tribune (21.08.16)

Off-Grid Solar Power Rises In Africa
For the most part, domestic solar power has long remained the luxury of the world's more developed countries. However, in isolated regions like rural sub-Saharan Africa where there is no central power grid, an entirely new strategy using solar power has been developed in order to cope with the lack of access to electricity and the attendant commercial and social impact. [...]

Harry Trick - MichelMores (22.08.16)

Smart Cities Arguments Match Smart Villages
The world is witness to a paradigm shift in population shifting from rural to urban landscape. The fact of the mater remains that there are already more people living in cities than rural areas, by 2050 almost 70% of the world is expected to move towards cities as suggested by the United Nations. [...]

FinancialExpress (22.08.16)



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