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2018 – Issue 2

Metering & Smart Energy International Edition 2, 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 ‘normal’ run of the mill political manoeuvring, the US has...
utilities

Smart metering, effective analysis, intelligent management

AMI, an integrated system of an energy data acquisition head-end system (HES) and energy data management metering data management (MDM) system, when combined with a smart metering device, can form a comprehensive network and system of energy data. The...
Bristol Water

The big benefits of going small

Why utilities should embrace a ‘lean start-up mindset’ to succeed with their digital transformation Take the lead or fall behind The accelerating digital transformation, ongoing energy revolution, and the ensuing disruption of the industry is propelling...
water market

Jamaica NWC takes smart metering to the next level

In December 2017, Jamaica’s National Water Commission (NWC) successfully signed a contract with Diehl Metering for the delivery of 450,000 static HYDRUS ultrasonic water meters. As a result, NWC can now exploit new opportunities...
wind power

African energy market overview

Metering & Smart Energy International spoke with Neeraj Sanjay Mense, industry analyst for Energy and Environment at Frost & Sullivan, about the current state of the African energy market and examines the increase of...
hydrogen

Bullet train thinking: How Japan hopes to lead a global hydrogen revolution

Japan is throwing the full might of its innovative spirit behind the development of fuel cell technology in pursuit of becoming a world-leading hydrogen-based society. It’s an ambitious plan… one that could change the...
smart grid

Asia Pacific smart grid market-What to expect by 2021?

The term ‘smart grid’ technology has been creating a lot of buzz in the global power industry for almost a decade now. In the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, it started with the Jeju Island...
home energy efficiency

Upgrading your legacy systems-the gain outweighs the pain

 Introduction I have seen a number of companies that may not want to remain reliant on decades old legacy systems but are hesitant to make the investment in newer software platforms because of cost uncertainty,...
SAP SEtech

Energy countdown clock

Metering & Smart Energy International had the opportunity to speak with EY Global Power & Utilities Leader Benoit Laclau about the significant impact current trends are having and will continue to have on the...
Glendale Water & Power

We need community based demand response

It’s early evening, on a weekday in February. The temperature in Melbourne, Australia, has been high for a few days, with it peaking at 40 degrees. The local utility calls a demand response event....
cyber

Is Russia really launching cyber attacks on the US grid?

The Trump administration has blamed the Russian government for a campaign of cyber attacks on its power grid stretching back at least two years. It marks the first time the US has publicly accused Moscow...

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