Study reveals key factors driving AI adoption

The adoption of AI is growing worldwide, according to a new study released by the IDC which reveals the key factors driving the AI market.
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Policies unveiled for post-COVID revival of power value chain

European electricity trade body Eurelectric has released a set of policy recommendations for a smooth and efficient recovery of the power sector from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Global digital twins market expected to grow six-fold by 2026 says...

The global digital twin market in the utility industry is forecast to grow more than six-fold between now and 2026.
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Canada: Utilities amongst top spenders on digital transformation

Canada is expected to spend up to C$28 billion on digital transformation in 2020 despite the challenges presented by Coronavirus, according to IDC.
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US solar market records huge loss despite successful first quarter

The negative impacts of COVID-19 on the US solar energy market have strongly been felt in the second quarter of 2020, according to Wood Mackenzie.
Asia Pacific utilities

Agility and speed drive utilities in Asia-Pacific into cloud services

The need to improve agility and speed in operations by utilities in the Asia Pacific are key factors driving them into adopting cloud-based solutions - IDC.
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End-of-life Electric vehicle batteries: Recycling or second-life?

Companies such as Tesla who claimed that all of their EV batteries will be directly recycled instead of being repurposed for a second-life.
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Utility sector remains largest market for cellular IoT modules

The utility sector comprises the largest end market in terms of the number of installed cellular IoT modules, according to Berg Insight.

Four key stimulus programmes to advance the US’ zero carbon economic...

A new study highlights four key stimulus programmes to help the US to recover from COVID-19 while ensuring progress towards a low-carbon future.
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Smart meters have limited impact on consumer energy usage reveals study

A new study released by the UK’s University of Keele states that smart meters have little impact on reducing consumer energy usage.

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