Good Vibrations Providing Clean Power Swaying mechanical “trees” could soon be harvesting kinetic energy on a small scale where solar or wind may not be viable.
PG&E Gives Customers Solar ChoicePacific Gas & Electric’s Solar Choice programme enables customers to go 100% solar.
Big Science Needs Broad Collaboration – What About Big Energy?Closer international collaboration on the transformation of the energy system is indicated.
Alternatives to In-Home Displays Could Further UK Smart Meter CauseEnergy suppliers, consumers and the government will reap many benefits now that suppliers can trial alternatives to In-Home Displays.
Week in Smart MeteringThis week,'s digital editor Rose Bundock reflects on the rich tapestry of the smart energy sector.
World’s Largest Floating Wind Farm Development Kicks OffHywind Scotland Pilot Park is to demonstrate a commercial, utility-scale floating wind solution to further increase the global market potential.
Good Customer Service To Blame for Poor Switching Numbers in the UK?Switching figures are falling despite the best efforts of UK Department of Energy and Climate Change.
Giant Turbines To Harness Large Wind Potential50MW wind turbine blades, longer than two football fields, could revolutionize offshore wind energy output.
Solar Nano Grids – A Sustainable Solution For Rural CommunitiesINTASAVE Energy‘s crowdfunding project has collected sufficient funds to set up the first grid for one of the five target communities in Kenya.
Itron Sights Internet Of ThingsItron’s new Idea Labs will accelerate the development of new Internet of Things applications.
Utilities Lead Energy Savings By ExampleA coalition of Dutch utilities is cooperating to reduce their energy consumption and emissions.
World Bank Helps China Cleans Up Its ActChina’s US$10 million district heating system upgrade will help to reduce pollution levels.
South African Research Company Works Towards 100% Renewables CSIR leads by example by installing a 558kW ground-mounted solar photovoltaic plant on its campus.
UK Parliament Calls for Evidence on Smart Metering ProgrammeThe UK smart metering programme may render the smart meter obsolete, writes Engerati member Nick Hunn.
Week in Smart MeteringOur industry can demonstrate its value by using smart technology to solve devastating problems, writes Rose Bundock.
Prioritising Cybersecurity As “Tomorrow May Be Too Late”As the energy sector undergoes the digital transformation, cybersecurity should not be an afterthought.
Meeting The Investment Challenge in The Changing Energy MarketMercatus has secured US$11.7 million in funding to enhance its energy investment management platform.
Battery Energy Storage Is Economically Viable (In Some Cases)A regulatory framework that values storage is necessary to advance its use.
Electricity Authorities Face Severe Cybersecurity AttacksCyber attacks and attempts, regardless of severity, are causing tension in energy sectors around the world ….and they should.
A Return To The “Dumb“ Home? The recent Nest smart thermostat outages highlight severe problems with smart home technology.

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