A new collaboration aims to develop a comprehensive energy transition model that is consumer-centric and smart meter data enabled.
Sustainability is top of mind for many organisations but the path to achieving their Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) objectives is not so clear. In fact, for many, even the path to the starting point is still clouded, especially when considering that ESG means different things to different organisations.
The webinar is aiming to explore the cybersecurity threats to an energy system that is increasingly made up of smaller renewable generation assets and forms of distributed generation, such that the grid system is potentially vulnerable to the greater number of connection points and lack of a central hand in ensuring security of the system.
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The evolution of the Meters and More standard
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The relationship between IIOT and the global energy market
How disruption is driving decarbonisation, decentralisation and digitalisation
Using data to engage with energy consumers
Innovation and new safety functions in the evolution of gas smart meters
The changing face of energy infrastructure
Security - GDPR, defence and attacks - and their impact on utilities.
How the drive towards decarbonisation is changing business models
Morning coffee: The disruptive force of energy communities
G3-PLC Hybrid: Extended capabilities for the smart grid and IoT
Editor's Note: The sustainability opportunity
Accelerating smart metering with revolutionary IoT eSIM
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