December 10, 2016

Hamamatsu City Making Strides toward Energy Self-Sufficient Smart City

Hamamatsu City Making Strides toward Energy Self-Sufficient Smart City
Hamamatsu, a city in Shizuoka Prefecture that has been actively working to achieve energy self-sufficiency, presented the activities of its Smart City Hamamatsu project in a seminar at PV Japan 2016...
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