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  • Iran's Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian said on Sunday that over 95 percent of the power plant equipment and much of the equipment in the electricity and water industry are homemade.

  • Iran could save its petrol consumption by 17 million liters per day once it upgrades its automotive industry, an official said.

  • The UK’s first full-sized autonomous bus gave its first public demonstration at the National Exhibition Centre in October 2019 for visitors to the Coach & Bus UK show.

  • The capacity of generating electricity from renewable resources has reached 841 megawatts (MW) in Iran, nearly double the figure for the last year’s same period.

  • It is estimated that 70% of people will soon live in cities. The challenge for the large city centers is not providing shelter for more population but doing so under a sustainable model. Based on the social, environmental and economic aspects of cities (the People, Planet and Profit pillars) a Sustainable Cities Index (SCI) is compiled annually by a consultancy firm Arcadis. Tourism-Review.com presents to top sustainable cities around the world according to the ranking.

  • One of the growing trends in urban development is the transformation of a city into a more friendly space, combining safety, sustainability, leisure, and productivity. Smart cities are the metropolises supporting this trend.

  • Abu Dhabi is claiming the title of the world's largest single-site solar project, having hit the go-button on the Noor Abu Dhabi project this week, with a reported capacity of 1.177 gigawatts, eclipsing Dubai's Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park – for now at least. The United Arab Emirates doesn't have a great record when it comes to per-capita carbon footprint, but projects like this show that it's serious about addressing the issue head-on.

  • While Uber is introducing new services that are meant to develop new ways of getting around, some cities have declared war on the American giant. Others have simply banned Uber in an effort to stop its expansion.

  • Tehran has just experienced its longest streak of clear air for the past decade, acting director of Tehran Air Quality Control Company has said.

  • In February Tehranis had some relief with better air quality compared to the month last year, data from Tehran Air Quality Control Company shows.