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.

#EUW19 & POWERGEN Europe – Day 1 to rock Paris

European Utility Week & POWERGEN Europe 2019 is an end-to-end power and energy show taking place in Paris, Port de Versailles, November 12 - 14. #EUW19
app store

ABB launches a new digital energy-app store and machine learning technology

ABB is launching a new digital energy app-store and Verdigris’s AI technology is their first app
smart mobility

Winners of Africa’s first-of-its-kind smart mobility competition announced

Bosch Africa has named the winners of its smart mobility accelerator programme. The two winners each won $15,000 and a three-month accelerator programme.
solar technologies

US DoE announces recipients of $128 million in solar innovation funding

The US Department of Energy (DoE) has announced selections for $128 million in new projects to advance solar technologies.

The energy revolution – powered by blockchain

Blockchain technology holds great potential for the future of the global energy sector.
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efluid SAS and CGI support Enedis’ implementation of its new core...

efluid SAS (UEM group) and CGI, a leader in end-to-end IT and consulting services, support Enedis, a European leader in electricity distribution,...
grid modernisation

US DoE announces results of annual Grid Modernisation Lab Call

US DoE has announced the results of the 2019 Grid Modernisation Lab Call with funding of approximately $80 million over three years.

ŠKODA AUTO and Chakratec announce collaboration for kinetic charging

Chakratec, a kinetic energy storage company and ŠKODA AUTO a.s., have announced a collaboration and presented the first-ever kinetic power charging of the all-new ŠKODA SUPERB IV.
World Energy Markets

2019 World Energy Markets Observatory

2019 World Energy Markets Observatory highlights five key findings on climate change, energy transition, industry transformation, sector technology and geopolitical concerns.

Ed’s note: We’ll always have Paris

This week our Ed’s note is short and expresses, not an opinion but, why you need to be at European Utility Week next week.

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