2021 – Issue 2

Smart Energy International issue 2 2021

Smart Energy International Issue 2 2021

Read about industry milestones, cybersecurity, emerging meter markets and more in Smart Energy International Issue 2 2021.
Looking into the trends and innovations future of the energy sector

Energy’s crystal ball: Looking into the future

Editor Areti Ntaradimou asks industry experts what the major innovations and trends will be in the next 25 years.
smart metering

Emerging markets poised to achieve smart metering despite COVID-19

When the ongoing COVID-19 crisis fades into the past and the global economy recovers, the long-term view for smart meter deployment and emerging market growth is strong, writes Stephen Chakerian.
enel x

Enel X: Imagining a new way to shape the future

Francesco Venturini, CEO of Enel X, profiles the innovative utility that wants to shape the future now.
IoT

Power solution of long-life IoT devices application

Power solution of long-life IoT devices application With the rapid development of IoT technology, the IoT devices require a variety of power solutions based on different applications.
energy storage

The changing landscape of utility-scale energy storage integration

The utility-scale energy storage market has grown increasingly competitive, with cumulative UES rollout set to exceed $215bn by 2030.
Tadiran

Tadiran supplies e-meter backup for batteries for Russian locomotives

Tadiran is well known and well-reputed in the battery business: Tadiran offers more than 50 years of experience in Lithium batteries for industrial use.

Latin America’s innovation outlook

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) LAC innovation index GAP analysis results reveal that disruptive trends such as decarbonisation, decentralisation and digitalisation are accelerating the transformation of the Latin American and Caribbean energy industry, write Gavin Rennie and Dafna Siegert.
smart grid Latin America

Smart grid drivers in Latin America

Latin America is a massive potential market for the globalisation of smart energy. Projections show the region accounts for over 85 million smart meter deployments by 2029.
Grid operators satellite use

Smart grid interoperability – new models and concepts

The US National Institute of Standards and Technology has released an updated fourth version of its Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability Standards. Jonathan Spencer Jones unpacks its key messages.

What an ‘intelligent hurricane’ can uncover

When detailed data can be captured about interconnected infrastructure systems, utility managers will be able to make better informed decisions in times of crisis.

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