electricity

To end King Coal’s reign, must his most loyal subjects get...

The paper recommends extensive compensation be considered for regional economies hardest hit by the loss of coal producers and energy-intensive industries
energy efficiency

Electrification drives the need for energy efficiency

The electrification transformation continues to gain steam as all customer segments adopt electric technologies to lower their utility bills.
subsidies

UK customer bills to rise due to an increase in the...

As a result of the COVID-19 lockdown, the total cost of renewable subsidies in the UK is forecast to rise above £10 billion ($12.6 billion) in 2020-21.
new south wales

New South Wales to accelerate the pace of the energy transition...

Cornwall Insight Australia states that the energy transition in New South Wales over the next decade will need to gather pace significantly.
power grid

Securing the private-wireless connected power grid

The COVID crisis brought the world economy to a standstill. With near ubiquitous lockdown enforcement to stop the spread of the pandemic, remote operation and virtual collaboration has been absolutely critical to ensure some semblance of business continuity.
smart meters

Podcast: The Future of Water

With the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), smart cities infrastructure, and advanced modeling tools, a digital transformation is underway in the water industry. We caught up Virginie Vinel Kolovos MCIM and Future Water Association Board Director to discuss the situation in the water today.
Energy theft

Energy Theft and Fraud Reduction

Power theft is the menace of electric utilities from rural cooperatives to large investor-owned and municipal providers. Utility companies have been plagued with non-technical losses almost since their inception.
home improvements

Homeowners’ top 10 eco-improvements revealed

With home improvements searches up 380% according to Google Trends, it seems we’re focused on updating and fixing-up our homes during lockdown.
zero-emission

Battery electric bus fleet to increase to 817,000 vehicles by 2030

Major cities increasingly refuse to purchase anything but zero-emission buses, as they deliver on promised zero-emission zones to protect the health of their citizens.
solar in Africa

African solar ambition scales up

May was a big month for solar power announcements in Africa and Chinese investment in African renewables has increased despite continuing focus on coal.

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