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cloud infrastructure

IHS Markit selects Amazon Web Services as a cloud infrastructure partner

IHS Markit has selected Amazon Web Services to accelerate the deployment of cloud infrastructure to improve its business operations.
smart meter

COVID-19 slows meter market, accelerates software spend

COVID-19 could drive more spend than ever before on ‘beyond-the-meter’ software and services over the next ten years
smart electric meters

From slow burn to quick-fire: Why the gas meter industry is...

With over 800 million smart meters installed worldwide across electricity, water and gas, it’s fair to say the smart meter movement is...
LPWAN

LPWAN and cellular to dominate utilities connectivity conversation

By 2025, LPWAN and cellular technologies will account for 1 in 5 communicating meters, according to research firm IHS Markit.
connected

Moving from a “connected” environment to an “intelligent” one

The industry has already created the connected environment, but still needs to create the value of an intelligent one, IHS Markit
firstenergy

AI analytics in building management systems will help make buildings smart...

A new report examines the potential presented by AI analytics in smart buildings, as well as a roadmap showing both opportunities in the market and barriers to the wider adoption
smart electric meters

Heat metering leads the way with high adoption rate of connectivity

Susanne Cumberland, a senior research analyst of Power and Energy Technology with IHS Markit, analyses the global heat meter market.
neon

2020 global solar installations to be 7 times more than 2010’s

The global solar energy industry is expected to record a 14% growth in 2020 compared to the total capacity installed in 2019, according to IHS Markit.
video

Understanding the rollout of smart meters in Europe

David Green Research & Analysis Manager with IHS Markit explains how far along Europe is in its smart meter deployments and challenges being faced.
Aibel

US annual wind operations and maintenance spending to reach $7.5 billion

The US is expected to increase its spending on the operations and maintenance of wind energy infrastructure by 50% per annum between 2018 and 2030.

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