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financial health

Webinar 30 September: Financial health for East African utilities

This webinar discusses managed services and metering insights to ensure maximum financial health for utilities in East Africa.
Offshore Wind

DNV GL, National Grid partner on UK’s Offshore Wind Coordination project

National Grid has selected certification body DNV GL as a lead partner in the Offshore Wind Coordination project in Great Britain.
infrastructure digitisation

Enel and Israeli partners to boost digitisation of grid infrastructure

Enel has partnered with Shikun & Binui and the IEC to boost research and development activities in the infrastructure and networks business.
low-income households energy efficiency

Low-income households at heightened risk of utility shutoffs during pandemic

A new report released by ACEEE has revealed that low-income households pay a much larger share of their income on energy bills.
Urbanova, innovative

Ed’s note: A guide to the innovative technology of tomorrow

Editor Claire Volkwyn analyses the latest Energy Technology Perspectives 2020 report from IEA and is struck by the scale of the challenge.
ev charging

Europe and North America to increase connected EV chargers by 38%...

Europe and North America are expected to increase the number of connected EV chargers to 4.4 million units by 2024.

Energy Web blockchain – new use cases and validators

New blockchain applications and further decentralisation advances the growth and adoption of EW Chain as an energy sector technology.

About Digital Energy Festival for Africa 2020

Date: 20th October – 26th November 2020 Website Africa Energy Forum, Digital African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa and...
Asia Pacific power generation

Asia Pacific to cut investments in coal energy by $39 billion

Investments in coal-fired energy projects in the Asia Pacific are expected to fall from $57 billion in 2013 to $18 billion by 2030.
smart home

Consumer smart home spending grows despite COVID-19 disruptions

Consumer spending on smart home technologies will grow in 2020 despite economic disruptions due to COVID-19, according to ABI Research.
wireless sensor networks

Modules and chipsets for wireless sensor networks to generate $10 billion...

Modules and chipsets for wireless sensor networks will generate more than $9.8 billion in revenue by 2024, up from $4.1 billion in 2018.

Western Australia gives AUD$22 million boost to hydrogen industry

Western Australia is positioning hydrogen as one of the industries to build its recovery and innovation into the future.

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