Energy Use

In this section we cover areas which have the most intensive energy use. Such as transportation, smart cities, industry, large residential & smart homes. Additionally we look at future technology trends such as electric vehicles which will have a significant impact on energy use.
EKZ is developing an 18MW/7.5MWh battery energy storage plant in Volketswil municipality.
In this thought piece, CGI's Ana Domingues tells Engerati how energy technology partnerships can help utilities succeed.
An energy score is compared with energy bill savings in engaging customers purchasing new appliances and electronic devices.
Meazon has met a US Department of Energy challenge to bring to market a low cost wireless submetering system.
The oil giant has applied for a licence to start supplying electricity to industrial and commercial businesses in Britain by early next year.
Florence aims to become one of Italy’s most cutting-edge smart cities with the help of local energy company, Enel.
European energy companies are leading the development of hydrogen storage based microgrids.
Customer engagement and charging management will be required to reduce the peak demand requirements of electric vehicles.
Western Power Distribution has set out a strategy to transform from a distribution network operator to a distribution systems operator.
Will blockchain’s success in the energy sector be its undoing due to its high carbon footprint? Engerati investigates.

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