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Experts Say Planning Smart Cities Require Comprehensive, All-inclusive Outlook

Matt Ball on February 19, 2014 - in Smart Cities

The smart city of the future must supply all of the needs of its population, rather than focusing simply on niche areas of expertise, stressed an Energy and Water Ministry official at a Tuesday conference.

“There is no holistic perception, and the holistic approach is what we’re trying to promote here,” said Eddie Bet-Hazavdi, director of energy conservation and smart cities at the Energy, Water and National Infrastructures Ministry.

Bet-Hazavdi was addressing participants of a conference focusing on smart cities, held under the umbrella of the 18th Annual International CleanTech Summit and Exhibition for Water Technologies, organized by the Mashov Group at Airport City.

Read more in The Jerusalem Post

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