2019 – Issue 3

Smart Energy International Issue 3 2019

Our focuses in this edition have been many Asia, Australia, innovation and new technology – and you will learn something new from each and every one of the articles featured.
IoT

IIOT – The challenge and the opportunity

Peter Asman, Vice President IIoT EMEA, Trilliant Networks, during European Utility Week, contributing editor Kelvin Ross explores the Industrial IoT space.
renewable energy generation

Renewable generation on the rise in APAC

Investments in renewable energy generation in Asia excluding China will overtake spending on upstream oil and gas projects in the region as...
financing

Financing Asia’s smart city ambitions

With more than two thirds of the world’s population expected to live in urban areas by 2050, and the urban populations of...
TNB

2019 – The year of collaboration and opportunity

A recent report by Frost & Sullivan has determined that in Asia “renewable energy will continue to be prominent, with a positive...
Mitsubishi Hitachi

100% carbon free by 2050 – Achieving the Xcel Energy goal

David Eves, VP - Utilities Group for Xcel Energy looks at how the utility aims to achieve its goal to provide customers with clean energy by 2050
Australia energy storage

Driven by storage – the journey to renewables in Australia

It’s been hailed by many as the ‘Leatherman’ of the smart energy industry. Storage which can be used for peak demand management...
energy transition

Speaker Insights: World Energy Congress 2019

Isabelle Kocher spoke with the Congress organisers about her insights into challenges facing the energy sector, focus areas for innovation and her expectations of the 24th World Energy Congress.
standards

New protection standards for all

The IEC is working on a new series of standards that covers the functional requirements of measuring relays and related equipment to protect systems.
ev batteries

Bringing a second life EV batteries

As global uptake of electric vehicles continues to grow, a new opportunity is emerging for the utility sector. This is the opportunity of stationary storage powered by used EV batteries.
electrification

Preparing for Electrification – Doing it Right

UDI merhiv looks at the role of electrification on the global sustainability goals and in ensuring the stability of grid networks.

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