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2014 – Issue 3

In depth: Electrifying the rural world, one microgrid at a time

While the developed world is seeing the microgrid as the answer to increasing grid reliability, in the developing world the microgrid is being considered as a realistic, financially sustainable alternative to traditional grid electrification. Residents...

In depth: 3 ways GIS can help map your grid expansion

Utilities have a tool to hand which could make expansion planning and current network management more efficient and integrate scenario planning capabilities into the network. GIS is too often underutilized by utilities, yet this...

In depth: Meters, tariffs and investment in Brazil

Distribution In an interview with Bruno Kleinau, Energy Metering Planner and Controller for Celpe (Companhia Energetica de Pernambuco), one of Brazil’s distribution companies, he tells MI: “Brazil is very dependent on hydroelectric plants, which in...

In depth: Bleeding security, SSL security and the connected device

A lot has been reported in the media around a variety of companies and the effect the Heartbleed vulnerability has had on these enterprises’ ability to secure their websites. Not that much, however, has...

In depth: Electromechanical meters passe?

PREPAYMENT AND SMART METERS MAKING STRONG INROADS IN THE ASEAN REGION By Avanthika Satheesh, Frost & Sullivan Briefly put: The Southeast Asia electricity meters market is developing rapidy, with major investments into replacing electromechanical meters along...

In depth: Embracing sustainability at Singapore’s Clean Tech Park

By Marcus Koh Leong Hai, Energy Research Institute, Nanyang Technological University (ERI@N) Nanyang Technological University is developing an intelligent eco-building management system at Clean Tech One at Clean Tech Park, Singapore’s first ecobusiness park. It...

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