Energy & Grid Management

News and analysis concerning the management of energy demand and supply on the electricity grid. Grid modernisation and smart grid upgrades, as well as distributed energy resources and storage form part of this category. Trends in own generation, net metering, influence of prosumers and energy management tools at the grid edge also influence grid management. Furthermore, strategies to boost grid resilience, for example in the case of a typhoon or cyber attack, strategies to ensure security of supply, energy efficiency measure, smart buildings and load balancing fall within the energy and grid management  category.

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Canada launches first utility-scale microgrid system

North Bay Hydro Services has partnered with smart grid solutions firm S&C Electric Company to launch Canada’s first utility Scale microgrid system.
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US energy storage market to exceed $4 billion by 2024

The US energy storage market will exceed $4 billion by 2024, according to a new study by research company Global Market Insights.
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SSEN partners with ZIV automation for active network management upgrade

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has chosen ZIV automation to provide Active Network Management (ANM) solutions to deliver a smarter and flexible energy system for the customers it serves.

PG&E kick-starts daily aerial patrols against wildfires

The US utility has started daily aerial patrols to spot wild-fires across thousands of miles of its territory. PG&E...
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Swedish utility seeks staffing resources

Contract notice: Staffing resources are sought for electricity grid / city network
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E.ON UK goes 100% renewable

E.ON has made the transition to renewable, which translates to 3.3 million UK homes with severely reduced carbon-emissions.
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Black & Veatch restructures to address energy transition

US-headquartered multinational energy company Black & Veatch has reorganized its global power business to put a fresh emphasis on its renewables arm and launch a distributed energy group.
Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House goes renewable

the Sydney Opera House, has signed a power purchase agreement with local energy provider Flow Power.

Ameren supports development of ‘Power Systems Lab’

Ameren Missouri has issued $25,000 to Southern illinois University's School of Engineering for its Power Systems Labs.
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Toyota to live-trial solar-powered cars on Japan’s roads

Toyota, Sharp Corporation, and NEDO have embarked on a pilot project to test solar powered cars in Japan through the end of this month.

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