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No smart energy policy for Australia

My involvement in the Australian energy market started in 2001 when I brought the energy companies together in Sydney. At that time we were looking at utilising their infrastructure to assist the ailing competition in the telecommunications market that was … Continue reading

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Netherlands Smart City Strategy and the role of GSC3

As mentioned in last week’s blog, as we speak Assistant Minister Angus Taylor is now in the Netherlands. He will also be briefed on the Dutch Smart City Strategy that was launched last week. After Australia, the Netherlands is now … Continue reading

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Smart Cities and Suburbs Subsidy Round One

As promised, the government delivered its first set of guidelines on its smart city subsidy program  before the Christmas break. In all there is $50 million in the kitty, but the first round is for $10 million. According to the … Continue reading

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Smart Cities can make a difference

In our part of the world Christmas is a celebration of family relationships, friendships, love and peace and we would like to share this sentiment with you all. We may all have our different cultures, but the values of friends, … Continue reading

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Dutch smart construction collaboration with partners Down-Under

As by now you will have read more than once that I have been busy with the Dutch-Australian Smart City mission. During the trip five collaboration agreements were signed with Australian cities, with more to follow, which will bring the … Continue reading

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