2020 – Issue 4

smart grid Latin America

Smart grid development post-COVID-19 in Latin America

This article looks at the status of smart grid technologies in Latin America and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the sector.

Unknowns of the energy transition

In April this year, World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Energy wrote a paper titled The A-Z of the Energy Transition: Knowns and Unknowns.
California wildfires, satellite

Innovative satellite solutions for utilities

Purpose-built terminals provide real-time IP data services, allowing utilities to extend their visibility and control across the entire power grid. However, room for improvement remains.
How do renewable energy sources contribute to the energy transition

Renewables adoption to accelerate during COVID-19 recovery period

Northeast Group, Lux Research and British Business Strategies speak about the impact of policy and regulation on the pace of the energy transition.

Island nation in transition

Indonesia is one of the most populous countries in the world, with substantial emissions resulting from forestry and industrial activities.

Asia’s policy pathway to net zero

This article gives an overview of decarbonisation efforts of five Asian countries, focusing specifically on policy changes to expedite the energy transition.

The transitioning of Vietnam’s energy sector

Smart Energy International explores the position of Vietnam in Southeast Asia’s energy sector.

Powering a powerhouse

Kelvin Ross talks to Zulkifli Zaini who, as head of utility PLN, is tasked with electrifying Indonesia and empowering his 75 million...
green hydrogen

The microthermal measurement principle: Future-proof meters for natural gas/hydrogen mixes

An examination of the metrological behaviour of the microthermal measurement principle for gas meters operating with natural gas mixtures containing significant amounts of hydrogen.

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