The Global Power & Energy Elites 2021

The Global Power & Energy Elites is industry’s moment to celebrate those at the forefront of innovation and an opportunity to position your brand amongst inspiring leaders and projects.
carbon neutral

Envision Virgin becomes first carbon-neutral Formula E racing team

British Formula E team Envision Virgin Racing has become the first to be certified as 'carbon neutral' by the Carbon Trust, placing them in pole position in the race to become the most sustainable team in the all-electric motorsport championship.
workforce safety

Innovative pandemic safety solutions for offshore wind workforce lauded

The G+ Global Offshore Wind Health & Safety Organisation has recognised five organisations for innovative operational safety initiatives.

Enel subsidiary sets industry standard for optimal energy storage deployment

Enel X’s energy storage optimisation methods are robust and well designed to enable increased confidence in economics and utility bill savings.
smart cities

Top four sensor technologies disrupting future smart cities

Research firm Frost & Sullivan has released its Opportunities of Emerging Sensor Technologies Impacting the Future of Smart Cities report.

New Zealand’s Powerco to test wireless power transmission technology

New Zealand’s electricity distribution company, Powerco, will test wireless power transmission technology as an alternative to copper lines.
Green hydrogen Australia

BP swops oil for low-carbon future after record second-quarter losses

The company's new strategy will reshape its business from being an international oil company focused on producing resources to an integrated energy company focused on delivering solutions for customers.
energy storage emissions

University to develop battery technology able to capture carbon emissions

The UK's University of Surrey is to begin work on a new lithium-ion battery technology that is capable of capturing CO2 emissions, following an award from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

Ed’s note: The true impact of COVID-19

The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on utilities is a complex animal. Utilities are seeing a double impact on their bottom line, writes Claire Volkwyn, editor of Smart Energy International.
ENGIE strategy

ENGIE adopts new infrastructure capital allocation strategy

ENGIE to potentially more than double its previously communicated asset divestment programme of around €4 billion over the medium-term.

Grid Watch – NES Security Application

Even if you are aware of security events, you can be missing important indicators of attack, simply because they are lost in the background of low-level threat indicators and false positives. Common responses are to log everything or log nothing.

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