We are building today the cities of the future

Published on Wednesday, 20 April 2016

“According to the United Nations, by mid-21st. century seven out of ten of the Earth's inhabitants will live in cities”

Less waste, more efficiency

Water, food, energy are becoming increasingly valuable goods and their sustainable use - resulting in no waste and granting everyone the possibility to have access to them - becomes even more essential in megacities.

Using resources efficiently and achieving infrastructures that can meet the needs of individuals and businesses are essential issues for a truly sustainable urban development at a human scale.

Being present in 32 countries in the world, where we produce a vital resource such as electricity, we are fully aware of our responsibilities and of the role we are to play at the service of those who live and will live in large urban centres.

“Water, food, energy are becoming increasingly valuable goods and their sustainable use - resulting in no waste and granting everyone the possibility to have access to them - becomes even more essential in megacities”

Innovation and expertise for cities at a human scale

We are carrying out 11 smart city projects in Europe and Latin America and at EXPO 2015 we have built the first example of green field smart city. Thanks to our expertise, the contribution of startups and cutting-edge businesses, cooperation with institutions, communities and research centres, we are developing new solutions and services that make the best use of digital technologies to turn entire cities, public spaces and single homes efficient and at a human scale.

Clean energy, distributed generation, smart grids and digital innovation are the cornerstones of our response to the demand for sustainability and well-being that comes from the inhabitants of an increasing number of cities.

“Being present in 32 countries in the world, where we produce a vital resource such as electricity, we are fully aware of our responsibilities and of the role we are to play in the future of the world's in large urban centres”