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NYPA commences with smart street lighting as 11 municipalities sign up

With approximately 300k smart street lights installed across New York to date, NYPA has started a new phase with 11 municipalities.

Flexibility metrics for Europe

Metrics for the assessment of future flexibility needs related to adequacy in the day-ahead timeframe are proposed by ENTSO-E.

Western Power Distribution files £6.7bn grid modernisation and decarbonisation plan

Western Power Distribution has announced a £6.7 billion ($8.8 billion) plan that will enable the energy firm to achieve net emissions 22 years ahead of the national target.

Used Nissan EV batteries given second life in Japan’s railways

Batteries from Nissan LEAF electric vehicles (EVs) are being repurposed for use at railway crossings in eastern Japan.

Siemens and Fluence to provide energy storage for grid resilience on Madeira Island

Utility Empresa de Electricidade da Madeira has selected Siemens Smart Infrastructure and Fluence for the development of an energy storage system.

Con Edison expands Clean Energy Commitment for New York business

Con Edison announced its new Clean Energy Commitment to decarbonise its grid, as well as get ready for future business models.

New Zealand utility selects GE Digital for advanced distribution management

New Zealand-based utility Counties Energy has partnered with GE Digital to speed up its digital transformation for improved grid operations and customer services.

The most common benefits of smart meters for UK consumers

With the rollout of smart meters gaining momentum across the UK, what benefits are consumers realising from the smart devices?

ELES pilots Advanced Energy Management System with Japan’s NEDO and Hitachi

Slovenian-based state utility ELES has completed the deployment of a cloud-based advanced energy management system to leverage modern and innovative use cases for grid reliability.

‘Omnisumer’ demands prove greatest challenge to utility operations – study

The rapidly changing customer expectations may be the toughest challenge facing utilities, according to a study released by EY.

Ukraine’s DTEK Grids monitors voltage quality with depsys’ Grideye tech

DTEK Grids has partnered with depsys to implement a smart grid infrastructure for energy network resilience and sustainability.

The energy crisis beyond the obvious: why DSOs matter

EU energy prices and especially natural gas prices surged sharply, prompting countries to reactivate coal-fired electricity generation

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