Internet of Things comes to Netherlands and South KoreaLoRa LPWANs have been deployed nationwide in The Netherlands and South Korea for the Internet of Things.
Week in smart metering - Are utilities over-regulated?Utility CEOs have indicated increased urgency to addressing sector concerns, writes Claire Volkwyn, editor, Metering & Smart Energy International.
IoT creates opportunities for cybersecurity startupsCyberphysical security startup numbers are rising in response to rapid IoT adoption.
GridEx – Is enough progress being made protecting critical infrastructure?GridEx enables utilities to exercise and demonstrate their response to simulated coordinated cyber and physical security threats and incidents.
75% of businesses find sustainability challenging The business sector should adapt to new sustainability challenges, including energy efficiency, if it is to survive.
World’s largest offshore wind farm gets go aheadDong Energy’s Hornsea Project Two should add 1.8GW to Britain's offshore wind capacity.
EV market is opening doors for sustainable utility business modelsA holistic approach to EV charging development could prove to be beneficial for utility business models.
Smarter communications for a smarter worldM2M communications provides visibility, a key characteristic guiding the strategic and operational plans of utilities and energy companies today
UK demand response-taking it to the next levelIn recognition of demand response opportunities, UK businesses across various industries are creating innovative ideas through smart partnerships.
What millennials are telling usMillennials engage differently with energy providers and will drive much of their future value.
UK gas billing bungle an opportunityIncorrect gas bills in the UK could boost much needed switching and create competition and innovation in a stagnant industry.
Week in smart metering - Power and utility M&AsPower and utility deals in 2016 are outpacing previous years, writes Amy Ryan, deputy editor, Metering & Smart Energy International.
Energy efficiency ratings – how is your country doing?Despite improvements countries have a lot more to do to become more energy efficient.
IoT and protecting the customerCompanies must be held responsible for ensuring that customers understand their privacy rights when it comes to Internet of Things.
Solar fuel approach to improve accessMicrobe-linked solar panels could improve access to electricity in developing countries.
Tesla’s Gigafactory - all about scaleThe Tesla Gigafactory is set to make new records in terms of size and manufacturing capability.
Costs to watch: Solar capex and O&MDespite growth and increased competition, solar capex and O&M costs remain highly variable in the US.
Meralco’s energy efficiency strategy is workingThe Philippine government’s long term vision is to make energy efficiency "a way of life" for Filipinos.
Aclara – from smart metering to smart grid companyAclara’s acquisition of Tollgrade’s smart grid business will expand its smart device offerings.
UK water utility to deliver ‘invisible demand response’Demand response will help Welsh Water lower its energy costs and it will help National Grid manage peak demand.

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