New technology

Analysis and announcements of any and all new energy innovation and technological grid developments within the energy sector. This includes any products and solutions within the grid research and development phase, testing or currently in use. New technology includes but is not limited to e-mobility, energy storage, grid enhancements, IoT, digitalisation, smart meters, clean energy, renewable energy, distributed energy etc.

Arteche Group

EIB’s latest funding to further digitise bloc’s 800KV networks

EIB is providing Arteche Group with €27 million to develop innovative energy solutions that would accelerate the energy transition.

A consolidated response to disaster recovery

Preparation for impending disasters costs utilities many millions of dollars, with it being estimated that the Orlando Utilities Commission spent $5.1 million...

Why is grid modernisation so complicated? Is there an easy...

Grid modernisation (Grid Mod) is a complicated topic. To deny so, would be a foolish claim. The traditional utility...

Paula Gold-Williams on leadership

Smart Energy International had a chance to speak with Paula Gold-Williams, CEO of CPS Energy, about her role in taking the utility...
composite turbine

Composite solutions for the wind energy industry

Dag Kirschke explains the demand for wind energy and why composite materials are the answer to producing powerful and efficient turbines.
Enlit Enel

Enel Foundation unveiled as Knowledge Partner of Enlit Europe 2020

Enel Foundation has unveiled a global partnership extension with Clarion Energy, part of Clarion Events.
battery second life

UK: University breakthrough in second-life use for Nissan EV batteries

The ability to reuse high numbers of Electric Vehicle Lithium Ion batteries for domestic and industrial use is becoming a reality for Nissan thanks to a new grading system developed by researchers at WMG, University of Warwick.
risk management standard

The world’s first risk management standard for energy and utilities announced

DEWA and BSI are set to launch the world’s first risk management standard for energy and utilities.
green building

Saudi Arabia develops new green building rating system

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has developed a new green building rating system to improve water and energy sustainability.

Microsoft has big plans for carbon emissions

Microsoft has dreams of being completely carbon negative by 2030. But that's not the full extent of it – they are investing $1 billion to make this happen.

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