Putting IoT to Work For U.S. Sustainability Goals

The Biden Administration has led a charge on establishing ambitious environmental goals for the future, whether that’s EV infrastructure investments or plans to transition half the energy grid to solar power. These high profile commitments from the administration have put a spotlight on our country’s sustainability efforts as a whole, which still lags behind other industrialized nations. The most recent studies from Yale and Columbia universities put the US at 24th in environmental performance.

Per usual, we wanted to know: where does cutting edge technology fit into raising that performance? How will we measure and track the reduction of greenhouse emissions in the atmosphere, and how will we monitor the switch of our grid from coal to green energy effectively? We turned to the founder of Green Econometrics, Michael Davies, to get insight into how IoT sensors can help achieve sustainability goals for the US, as well as support general health and safety.

 

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