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Green hydrogen Australia

Australia’s ARENA backs BP renewable hydrogen feasibility study

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced $1.71 million in funding to BP Australia to assess the feasibility of building a renewable hydrogen and ammonia production facility in Geraldton, Western Australia.
water industry

OSIsoft helps Japanese utility launch digital transformation journey

Japanese utility Okinawa Electric has selected OSIsoft to accelerate its digital transformation as part of efforts to improve customer services.
Kaluza equality

Kaluza bolsters senior team with cross-industry experts

Kaluza, OVO Group’s technology platform ecosystem, has announced three new senior team members from Uber, World Energy Council and Farfetch.
smart cities technologies

COVID-19 accelerates rollout of smart cities technologies

The globe has witnessed an increase in the adoption of smart cities technologies as governments strive to improve their resilience to the pandemic.
blockchain solutions

EU utilities to severely reduce blockchain spending through 2023

A new report released by the International Data Corporation states that spending on blockchain solutions in Europe will decline due to COVID-19.
Alpiq

Alpiq selected to manage Switzerland’s largest battery storage plant

Alpiq will manage the largest, most powerful battery in Switzerland on behalf of MW Storage AG for a period of five years.
microgrid COVID-19

US/Mexico border field hospital gets clean energy microgrid

Lithium-ion energy storage specialists SimpliPhi Power has partnered with non-profit Footprint Project to supply and deliver a clean energypowered microgrid field hospital for the Matamoros migrant camp in Mexico on the US border to power the camp’s first mobile medical ICU to treat COVID-19 patients.
Gen5 network

Itron announces innovative gas technology for Gen5 network

Itron has announced its innovative 500G gas Encoder Receiver Transmitter (ERT) module is now available on its Gen5 network.
DEWA blockchain

DEWA joins blockchain-driven business transparency drive

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has joined the Dubai Unified Business Registry, an initiative by Dubai Economy to achieve inclusiveness and transparency in business activities in the emirate.
E.ON npower

E.ON to absorb npower’s business units for UK supply activities

German energy giant E.ON has outlined proposals to combine npower's business units with its industrial and commercial supply activities in the UK, following the acquisition of the latter in 2019.
TVA renewable energy

TVA first: Renewables outstrip coal thanks to weather, pandemic

For the first time in more than six decades, one of the US’ largest utilities, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) generated more power from renewables rather than coal over the first quarter of 2020.
Machine learning podcast

Succeeding with machine learning and introducing emerging technologies

In this podcast we discuss one example of the 10% that do succeed. Jørn Engberg, project manager ICT Norwegian based NTE, shares...

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