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Bernadett Köteles-Degrendele (EUROCITIES- Sharing Cities) speaks with Francisco Gonçalves (Lisboa E-nova) about the smart lamppost project providing data on environmental and street conditions in Lisbon and the ways of integrating renewable energy systems and production in urban areas.
Ieva Strupule, Chief Strategist and Head of Marketing at Antlos, is impressed with the energy and innovation she saw during Lisbon Challenge. On the May 22nd Beta-i and Turismo de Portugal joined to co-organized Lisbon Challenge Tourism Day, with the support of Microsoft. Lisbon Challenge is a 3-month, intensive tech startup accelerator for those in prototype/product phase who are looking to achieve product-market fit and investment readiness. Check our website for more details: http://www.lisbon-challenge.com. For more on startup news and insights follow Beta-i: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beta.i.pt Twitter: https://twitter.com/beta__i
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Futuris producer Denis Loctier looks at the development of a flying machine that produces clean energy. Old flying machines gobble up fuel and pollute the atmosphere. But could we construct an airborne device that would itself produce green energy? At a former military airbase near Lisbon, Portuguese engineers are testing their latest prototype. This balloon may resemble an airship much more than a wind turbine, but this European research project is meant to produce wind power. Filled w… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/02/22/th... euronews knowledge brings you a fresh mix of the world's most interesting know-hows, directly from space and sci-tech experts. Subscribe for your dose of space and sci-tech: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsknowledge...
You guys….I’m having a love affair with Lisbon! This city in Portugal has stolen my heart and in this episode I’ll show you why. We’ll stroll through my favorite neighborhoods to check out the architecture, the energy and even the beach! Finally, we’re back in Porto to celebrate the Festival of St. John with Joana’s friends and family. Interesting Links: Joana Galvao http://joanagalvao.com/ LX Factory http://www.lxfactory.com/en/welcome/ Festival of St. John https://www.fest300.com/festivals/festa-de-sao-joao Camera Used to Film This Video: Canon G7X http://amzn.to/1SSXokY Website: http://www.jesslively.com Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/jessclively
On the morning of November 1, 1755, a great earthquake shook Portugal's capital city of Lisbon as worshipers filled churches and cathedrals for the All Saints' Day Mass. In seconds it left the city in ruins and in minutes those ruins were on fire. The earthquake probably killed about 30,000 people, though some estimates double that figure. Many of the survivors fled to the wharves and keys of Lisbon's port, but they would find no safety there. The first tsunami wave surged up the Tagus estuary about an hour after the earthquake, reached a maximum runup of 12 meters (40 feet), and killed another 1000 people. At least two more tsunami waves surged into the city, completing the earthquake's destruction. At Portugal's coastal city of Lagos the tsunami was even larger, perhaps 30 m (100 ft). I...
Today Ruben Alonso visits the city of Lisbon. He walks through Chiado to Santa Justa elevator, take a tram to Alfama district and finish in Santa María de Belem. In the middle he gets energy eating a plate of cod. En el episodio de hoy, Ruben Alonso visita la ciudad de Lisboa. Camina por el barrio del Chiado hasta el elevador de Santa Justa, toma un tranvía por Alfama y termina el día en el barrio de Belém. Entre medias coge fuerzas con un buen plato de bacalao.
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Lisbon is a greatly diverse city, with unique ‘juntas’ or municipalities that have a distinctive identity. The thing is, most people only see the central and more famously historical parts of it – even the people that live here. Lisbon Week began in 2012 to shine a light on the city and its ‘hoods, or bairros as we call them and this year, it takes place in the city’s oldest municipality – Lumiar. We came up with our slogan, ‘cada bairro, uma cidade’ or ‘Every neighbourhood, a city’, to reflect the depth and richness of these areas. Usually overlooked, there is poetry and life in these streets and our designs aim to highlight that. Bright and naïve in their shapes, they give the area’s acute palette an explosion of colourful formative energy, representing exploration, learning and growt...
Francisco Gonçalves (Lisboa E-nova) shares Lisbon’s objectives about building retrofit solutions that shall introduce new ways of storing and generating of low carbon energy, as well as measures promoting shared mobility in the city.
An International Utilities Competence Centre was inaugurated in Lisbon to specialize and spearhead innovation in the Energy & Utilities sector. This centre will focus on efficient management of energy networks and other utilities like gas and water. To view more content on Logica's innovation visit: http://innovation.logica.tv/ To know more about this solution and Logica's innovation capabilities visit: http://www.logica.com/innovation
Artists: Alexis & Fido. Song: Energía (Energy) I feel... something changed When I approached her I feel... something happened. She blew me away, I fell in love, You give me energy The fate, I won the lottery with you You give me energy The fate, I won the lottery with you with you... with you... with you... Siento que, algo cambió Cuando me le acerqué! Siento que, algo pasó! Me enloqueció, me enamoró oh oh oh! Tú me das energía La suerte, me saqué la lotería contigo uoh Tú me das energía La suerte, me saque la lotería contigo uoh! Contigo uh uh Ooh! Contigo uh uh Ooh! contigo uh uh Ooh!