“Technology knows no borders”

Eric Dresselhuys, President of Smart Energy Water, discusses the pace of change in the global energy transition

Flexibility in the new energy world

Eliano Russo, Head of E-Industries at Enel X, discusses how business models for utilities are changing as customers expect flexibility in their choices
Pope Francis

Pope Francis calls for ‘Ecological Sin’ to be added to doctrine

Pope Francis noted plans to update the Catechism of the Catholic Church to include environmental damages that risk “the common home” of humanity.
digital twin technology

Exploiting digital twin technology to meet sustainability goals

Navigant Research has released a new whitepaper which explains how the digital twin technology can be leveraged to meet sustainability and efficiency goals.
Utilities Industry

Top five trends for utilities industry to watch in 2020

Deloitte has released its 2020 Power and Utilities Industry Outlook which explores paths to transformation by energy providers in the US.

A surge in wave energy activities is expected in 2020

OES is predicting strong advances in ocean energy in 2020, driven by public and private sector funding.
trends, decade

Ed’s note: Your thoughts as a new decade dawns

As with every year, we are working on a 2020 predictions article for our first edition, and this week it’s your opinion I am after.

Fibre opportunities for power utilities

She explains the different business models, and some of the successes linked to fibre for the energy sector - both in Europe and emerging markets, and also shares the invaluable lessons Nokia has learned in their fibre deployment projects.

“Consumers don’t care about energy, they care about value”

Luís Vale Cunha, Director for European Affairs at EDP Distribuição, says that "consumers don't care about energy, they care about value".
Wind speeds

Rising global wind speeds boosts future of wind power – study

In a boon to wind farms, average daily wind speeds are picking up across much of the globe after about 30 years of gradual slowing. Research led by a team at Princeton University shows that wind speeds in northern mid-latitude regions have increased by roughly 7% since 2010.

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