News and insights about IoT systems used in energy-related equipment, such as utilities’ infrastructure, power meters, energy storage batteries, solar panels and device chargers. From sensors monitoring room temperature to complex applications that control the energy use in an entire building, we note the increasingly disruptive role of IoT technology in smart cities, smart energy grids, grid management device management strategies and smart meter communication.


How municipalities can make use of smart metering to protect revenue

Exclusive interview with Godfrey N Marema, Chief Operations Officer (COO), and Acting Head of Marketing, Landis+Gyr South Africa.
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The factors behind low smart meter penetration in Africa

This article looks at the smart metering landscape with specific focus on adoption of the technology in Africa, why the region is...

Fonroche Lighting at African Utility Week, South Africa

Fonroche Lighting, the global leader in solar lighting solutions, will be at African Utility Week in Cape Town, South Africa, 14–16 May 2019.
energy infrastructure

Siemens and TUV SUD to redefine global cybersecurity approach

TUV SUD has partnered with Siemens to address the growing risk of cyberattacks on critical energy infrastructure.

New partnership to address next-generation energy cases in Asia Pacific

Grid4C is combining its solutions with Landis+Gyr’s smart meters to deliver predictive insights at the grid edge with real-time decisions.
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Wealthy look to increase cryptocurrency exposure

More than two-thirds of high-net-worth individuals will be invested in cryptocurrencies in the next three years, reveals a new global poll.
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Global connected car market outlook reveals latest smart mobility trends

Frost & Sullivan has issued some recommendations to help players in the connected car industry to generate extra revenue.
grand bahama

Grand Bahama deploys AMI for grid modernisation

Grand Bahama Power is implementing an advanced metering and intelligent grid technology to modernise its grid.

The US-Israel initiative to provide up to $1 million in R&D...

A joint project between the US Department of Energy and the Israel Ministry of Energy has called for energy technology developers to submit proposals to receive funding.
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$17.14 billion global distributed control systems market

Frost & Sullivan highlights the potential for vendors of distributed control systems gaining more revenue if they focus on open architectures.

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