Drones to monitor Ghana’s electricity networks

The Electricity Company of Ghana has deployed 15 drones to monitor its networks.

Siemens partners on blockchain peer-to-peer trading in Germany

The PEBBLES project is developing a blockchain platform for peer-to-peer energy trading and the exchange of grid services.
Scientific research

Extreme E announces scientific partnership with Enel Foundation

Extreme E, the pioneering electric off-road racing series, has announced that the Enel Foundation is to become its Founding Scientific Partner.
V2G

US utility selects Doosan to study impact of V2G charging on...

Snohomish County PUD, the second-largest publicly owned utility in Washington, has selected Doosan to examine how vehicle-to-grid (V2G) chargers impact grid resiliency.
smart metering

Smart metering to dominate South Asia’s $25.9 billion smart grid market

Smart metering will account for the majority of investment but grid automation and battery storage will also see significant development.
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Tech innovation and lower CAPEX to reduce solar module costs

Wood Mackenzie states that solar module costs will continue to fall in the 2020s owing to technology innovation and lower CAPEX.

Four microgrids for California water treatment facilities

The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is preparing to build four new microgrids at its facilities.

EDF puts its weight behind Tezos blockchain

EDF blockchain subsidiary Exaion has become a ‘baker’ to validate transactions on the Tezos ecosystem.

Genus Power and NanoLock to develop cybersecurity solution for smart meters

NanoLock Security will partner with Genus Power to develop a new cybersecurity solution that protects smart metering infrastructure from cyberattacks, theft, and fraud.
popemobile

Pope Francis given emissions free hydrogen popemobile

Pope Francis received as a gift from the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Japan - a hydrogen-powered Toyota Mirai adapted for his mobility needs.

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