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Becoming a “smart city” is no longer a futuristic goal, it is a fundamental strategy to address quality of life for citizens, climate change, and meet sustainability targets. Energy and water utilities are vital players in a smart city ecosystem that provides not only essential services to the community, but also an engagement platform for technologies that enable sustainability, accessibility, and equity for citizens.Zpryme partnered with Smart Energy Water (SEW) and surveyed over 90 utilities to better understand consumer trends around smart city innovations. This white paper explores

  • The utility’s role in implementing technology solutions and platforms in support of a smart city
  • How utilities can partner with other stakeholders to positively impact smart city efforts
  • Why utilities are pursuing smart city initiatives and obstacles to execution
  • The importance of a customer-centric view in designing smart cities