It includes:
Showcasing smart and sustainable architecture/designs
Offering smart infrastructure solutions
Use of green and renewable energy in designs
Improving livability and use of spacesInnovative designs and technology used in architecture


The category will include:
Improving existing transport system
Building smart and interconnected transport system
Improving communication, integration and efficiency of transport system
Promoting and implementing green and sustainable mobility
Improving public transportation


Reduce utility costs
Use recycled, renewable and/or reclaimed materials
Uses less water
Optimises energy efficiency
Conserves natural resources
Generates less waste
Provides healthier spaces for occupants


Initiatives include:
Smart lighting solutions introduced
Energy asset management initiative
Innovative methods introduced to reduce energy consumption or cost, etc.
Organisations/departments using energy resource asset management to use resources optimally
Introducing new business/financial models for sustainable grid and metering solutions


Initiatives include:
Water access projects
Water management and treatment projects
Technologies and equipment
Providing safe and clean drinking water
Waste water management (re-cycling and re-use)
Industrial water re-use


Projects executed may include but not limited to:
Waste handling and transport
Disposal solutions
Recycling and re-use
Energy and resource recovery
Avoidance and reduction methods
Latest technologies to tackle waste


This award category refers to the recognition of the worthiness of those who make it possible to implement smart city solutions.