Energy Economy

Ofgem slaps Economy Energy with ban over poor service

Ofgem has banned Economy Energy from taking on new customers until it resolves its customer service issues
quadrant report

US utilities extend contracts for next-generation smart meters

Westar Energy has signed new and extended existing contracts for smart grid deployment with Landis+Gyr.
agriculture

Agriculture Act to advance rural energy efficiency

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) applauds Congress for passing the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018.
analytics

US predictive energy intelligence to boost Japanese energy market

Innowatts will partner with ABeam Consulting to bring about new analytics and AI-enabled technology to Japan’s energy market
clean energy

Australia’s clean energy investment doubles in 2018 to $20 billion

Renewable energy and storage projects adding up to more than $20 billion of investment have now been committed across Australia
One Select

Ofgem protects 36,000 customers of another failed supplier

UK based One Select, an energy supplier with about 36,000 domestic customers, has ceased to trade.
energy survey

33 Utilities named 2018 customer champions

Thirty-three utilities have been designated 2018 Customer Champions that exhibit exceptional performance in brand trust, service satisfaction and product experience.
COP24

COP24: We can’t afford to delay action any further

Meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement could save about a million lives a year worldwide by 2050 through reductions in air pollution alone.
IoT

Partnership to standardise IoT payments and data telemetry

eCl@ss and the IOTA Foundation have announced a partnership to standardise Internet of Things payments and data transmission.
clean energy industry

Utility aims for zero carbon emission from energy generation

Xcel Energy, a utility serving 3.6 million electricity customers in eight states has stated it will try to eliminate all its carbon emissions from electrical generation by 2050.

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