revenue protection

Revenue protection is a need, not a want for utilities

If increased energy efficiency is key in ensuring future energy demand won’t outstrip supply, then revenue protection is the only way utilities can survive the change.
ENLIT AUSTRALIA

COVID-19 impacts ENLIT Australia

Enlit Australia was due for its first outing in August 2020; however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic those plans had to be reconsidered.
utility reform Africa

Utility reform: Is it time to rethink our assumptions?

The World Bank and ADB each released a report which focusses on the issue of utility reform and asked the question: Is it time to reconsider?
Digital transfornation

Digital transformation reframes Asia Pacific’s water industry

Digital transformation offers the water industry an opportunity to provide reliable and sustainable water supply by optimising distribution systems.
UKPN

UKPN enhances mobile device managament

UKPN realised its MDM solutions was not providing the depth and real-time views needed to ensure field issues were being properly categorised
UKPN

The utility response to COVID-19

During a recent webinar series hosted by Smart Energy International we discussed how the utility sector around the world has been impacted...
intelligent power distribution

Enhancing grid resiliency and asset management in the new COVID-19 working...

As utilities adjust to the new COVID-19 working environment, focus on enhancing the approach to grid resiliency and asset management are at...
covid-19

Coronavirus impacts: PPAs, AMI benefits and solar PV penetration

This article looks at the impact of Coronavirus on consumers with smart meters in the UK, the negotiation of power purchase agreements...

Imagining a post-pandemic energy sector

Smart Energy International spoke with Philippe Vié, global energy, utilities and chemicals sector leader, CapGemini, regarding the next phase of the COVID-19...
digital transformation

Enabling digital transformation

The success of the internet is largely due to a set of standards which define the internet protocol (IP). Prior to IP, communication systems required their own domains, each with unique protocols and infrastructure. The key advantage of IP is that it acts as a foundation for multiple communication systems to interoperate over the same domain.

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