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The most powerful man in Abu Dhabi has hired architects to design a zero-carbon city. He wants it to be free of cars, free of skyscrapers, and entirely powered by the sun.
Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan is the President of the United Arab Emirates and the emir (commander) of the city of Abu Dhabi. And, according to the BBC, he has already committed between USD 15 billion and USD 30 billion to the creation of Masdar, an urban community of 50,000 that will serve as a model for all future eco-cities.
Masdar is a big, dreamy project with a simple but revolutionary tagline:Only use energy when you have exhausted design.
Speaking of the cities of the future: Kaid Benfield, whose work we regularly post on G&S News, is a great blogger to follow. Speaking of big dreams: Bloom Energy is another revolutionary project to watch. And, if you like what you're reading: Sign up for the GREENandSAVE Monthly Newsletter - stories, tips, and discounts, direct to your inbox.
Speaking of big dreams: Bloom Energy is another revolutionary project to watch.
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