Jan 17, 2020
Date: 4 - 7 August 2020 Location: Singapore Website Equip Global ’s interactive...
Date: 19 - 20 October 2020 Location: Malaga, Spain Website In a stubborn...
Nov 6, 2019
Date: 24-26 November 2020 Location: Cape Town, South Africa Website African Utility Week...
Sep 3, 2019
Date: 10 - 14 February 2020 Location: Singapore Website This 5-day program...
The power industry is undergoing a dramatic transformation as variable/renewable power is rapidly introduced into the system and distributed generation and microgrids take on increasing significance as an energy solution. Power & Utilities Australia will examine the challenges and opportunities created by this unprecedented disruption in the industry.
Mar 28, 2019
Development and the rate at which countries, cities and utilities develop is a funny thing. The juxtaposition of smart cities, smart energy initiatives in China and the ubiquity of smart meters across much of the world, stands in stark contrast to the uptake of these devices in Africa.
The first edition for 2019, issue 1-2019 of the Smart Energy International magazine is now available. In this edition, we showcase news, views and opinions from some of the leading thought and industry leaders in the global smart energy sector.
We examine why. One country that is considering the future of energy is Australia. In 2016, Australia’s chief scientist Dr Alan Finkel told the leaders of the Council of Australian Governments that they had “a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reform the electricity sector to maximise its resilience in the face of rapid market changes.” Read pg 114 to understand part of the journey they are undertaking.
In this section, we provide information not only on the day-to-day of the most important utility event in Europe, but we also speak to the likes of Laurent Schmitt, secretary general for ENTSO-E, the European Network for Transmission Service Operators. We try (really hard) to understand what blockchain is and why it’s important for the utility sector in a conversation with Jo-Jo Hubbard, COO and co-founder of Electron and a speaker at #EUW18.
We examine the development of cybersecurity law in Europe and the UK, as well as some of the amazing organisations behind a multitude of cybersecurity initiatives, such as the North American Electricity Reliability Corporation and their biennial cyber exercise GridEx.
Jun 6, 2018
Change seems to be the most appropriate word to describe our sector – our world – at this time. And our editorial this edition...
Apr 24, 2018
The relationship between Russia, the US and the UK is somewhat fraught, with tensions running higher than normal at the moment. Apart from the...
Feb 23, 2018
The first edition of Metering & Smart Energy International of 2018 offers a view into the development of smart cities around the world, with...
Dec 13, 2017
I am always amazed when we come to December and I realise that an entire year has once again sped past. And what a...
Aug 15, 2020
The Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA) has launched a pilot project to store electrical energy using batteries. This is the project of its kind in the State of Qatar.
Aug 15, 2020
A new report released by Oracle Utilities and the Analysis Group discusses how energy efficiency programmes play a critical role in lowering carbon emissions.
The ARIES platform will allow NREL researchers and the scientific community to address the fundamental challenges of integrated energy systems at scale.
Xcel Energy has released its vision in light of the growing penetration of electric vehicles within its service territory.
Hydrogen supply lines to Australia’s zero-emission vehicle industry have been strengthened, with a new deal signed by Australian gas company Coregas, Hyundai and Jemena.
In this episode, we speak to Dr Craig Roach, author of the book 'Simply Electrifying: The Technology that Transformed the World, from Benjamin Franklin to Elon Musk', about historic moments in the energy sector, the stories behind the people involved and how he believes the story will continue to play out.
On 4 August 2020 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate exploded at the port, killing more than 170 people, wounding 6,000 and leaving over 300,000 homeless and stranded.
Finance & Investment
Up to 24 of Europe’s most game-changing start-ups are benefiting from the funding to maintain existing operations or capitalise on emerging opportunities.
El Paso Electric has launched its EV community initiative, the region’s first utility-led electric vehicle projec
Aug 13, 2020
A Cornwall Insight and Ionic Consulting report that was commissioned by The Department for the Economy for Northern Ireland has published by the department.