2019 – Issue 3

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...
artificial intelligence

AI is the new electricity

As with all emerging technological trends, some elements of artificial intelligence (AI) are hyped out of proportion, some elements are ahead of their time, and some even incite fear.
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.

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.
digital transformation

Joining forces for end-to-end power solutions

The co-location of POWERGEN Asia, Asian Utility Week, DistribuTECH Asia, SolarVision and Energy Capital Leaders in 2019 provides you with one show...
water utilities

5 considerations for water utilities wanting to go ‘smart’

According to the UN’s water agency, UN-Water, two billion people worldwide live in countries that experience high water stress. Driven by...
smart street lighting Australia

Smart street lights, communication and the road to smart cities

Nicholas Nhede examines how smart street lighting projects are being deployed as part of broader smart city initiatives in Australia, with a specific focus on how cities have initiated rollouts of the required infrastructure.
Energy security

Energy security: How has it changed, and what will it look...

Optimised energy governance is a juggling act between three key dimensions: security, sustainability and equity.
decarbonisation SEPA

Decarbonisation will happen

Julia Hamm, President and CEO of SEPA, talks decarbonisation, SEPA’s focus and the Grid Evolution conference.

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