China Utility Week offers a powerful portfolio of end-to-end T&D solutions as well as specific zones dedicated to innovation and start-ups, intelligent buildings and the energy revolution.

The year 2018 witnessed a milestone in the China energy storage market with the Chinese government approving the country’s first large battery storage pilot project that aims at maximising clean energy output to improve grid stability. Read our articles on battery storage and the National Development and Reform Commission’s Internet+ smart energy demonstration projects.

Also, we speak with Yuanfei Chen, director, Institute of Tianjin IoT Technology, Chinese Academy of Science, about the research being undertaken by the Academy and why communication is so vital to the success of the energy internet.

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I am an experienced content director with specialist skills in writing about the smart energy and smart metering sectors globally. I have worked across the entire power value chain in Africa and globally for almost two decades. I am passionate about power and smart energy and the evolution and transition we are undergoing. This really is one of the most exciting markets to be part of and I love being part of this journey.