Week in smart metering - Planning a secure future in an insecure presentPlanning for the energy future needs targets to be known, writes Claire Volkwyn, editor, Metering & Smart Energy International.
Smooth renewable energy integration through distribution automationDistribution automation systems offer a cost effective approach to integrating decentralized intermittent renewables.
Smart cities and the energy transitionCities are becoming more influential in shaping the energy sector, writes Eric Woods, research director, Navigant Research.
Cybersecurity for more than 2m smart meters at Dutch utilityHoneywell and Worldline have developed a full end-to-end cybersecurity solution for utilities.
A new era for energy retailers: Are your billing systems ready?Competitive energy retailers see billing and customer care as key, writes Catherine Viola, consulting analyst, Quindi Research.
Will telcos become the OTT players in smart energy?The growing presence of telcos in the electricity sector is explored by Paul Budde, MD, BuddeComm.
Tesla Powerpack gets an SCE boostTesla makes its mark in California's fast growing energy storage market.
Methodologies and tools for evolving DSO roles for renewable energy integration in distribution networksevolvDSO has investigated the future roles of DSOs in Europe’s electricity system, writes Jaime Andres Rodrigues Perez.
Britain’s smart meter programme needs a reality checkThe UK government isn’t clear on the benefits of the national smart meter programme
Global monitoring for asset management S&C Electric Company provides support and monitoring of critical assets for customers worldwide from its Global Support and Monitoring Centres.
Apple becomes a renewable energy sellerApple’s energy subsidiary Apple Energy LLC has inked a 25-year PPA with Salt River Project.
Tomorrow’s smart grid needs more than smart techTo harness the real value of the smart grid, innovation, skill, and investment should be considered by the energy sector.
Using analytics to protect the return on smart meter programmesAnalytics is key to securing smart meter ROI at scale, writes Neil Barry, Senior Director - EMEA, Space-Time Insight.
Voltage regulation for distributed generationColton Ching, VP of energy delivery, Hawaiian Electric, discusses the challenges of integrating large amounts of renewable energy.
Data management in Europe’s transforming electricity systemEurope’s new decentralized and prosumer based energy system requires new rules on data management and exchanges.
Australia sees value in VPPsA 5MW virtual power plant, Australia’s largest demonstration to date, could solve the country’s grid woes.
Reactive compensation for onshore wind farmsGrid code revisions in UK lack clear guidance on solutions for reactive compensation for onshore wind farms.
Week in smart metering - Changing utility business landscapeEngie has launched a transmission grid frequency service, writes Claire Volkwyn, editor, Metering & Smart Energy International.
Large scale renewable energy integration – the policy perspectiveSystem and market integration is becoming a critical priority for renewable energy policy.
UK takes energy storage to the next levelThe UK’s grid operator National Grid has just invested in the world’s single largest procurements of energy storage.

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