An internet of things

                                                            
     

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A graphical representation of the winning idea from the London brainstorm.

Table 7’s idea was to start with an Energy Wikileaks to allow knowledge about energy use to be made public. If all devices are then connected to a network through an ‘internet of things’ this would lead to even more understanding of energy use and waste across the world. Allowing real time consumer choice while utility companies match supply to demand. 

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An internet of things

A graphical representation of the winning idea from the London brainstorm.

Table One Solution

Elaine Weidman-Grunewald’s table pitched the importance of connected societies and systemic optimization in achieving a reduction of emissions. 

Table Two Solution

James Cameron focused on the value of carbon. If Government can price it and build credible institutions to keep the price of carbon at effective levels then innovation will flourish. 

Table Three Solution

Molly Webb outlined how big data will drive predictability in human behaviour.  

Table Four Solution

Adam Bates’s table came up with a plan to launch of an energy saver business helped bring about smart metering and smart grids.