It is estimated that by 2050, around 75% of the world’s population will live in cities, putting pressure on the infrastructure, the emergency services and the utilities that are already stretched to capacity. Cooking gas supply across the city is one such service.
Piped supply of cooking gas with smart meters is the norm for smart cities. Smart meters are connected to the command center of the city. These meters keep a track on the usage of the gas usage & also keep a track on leakages. With the smart meters in place you can save money as you can track the usage of gas on a regular basis.
Here’s a blueprint of a cooking gas network would look like in a smart city such as Wave City. Located on NH24, the newest suburb of Delhi, the smart city has facilities including BRT system, smart traffic management and central command center.