Nuclear Grows Despite Fukushima Disaster

Wed 30 Jan 2013
Nuclear power development across the globe continues to thrive despite the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan. This is according to Mr Krill Komarov, Rosatom’s Deputy Director General for International Business and Development, who explains why nuclear development will never be completely phased out.

The Exposed Smart Grid

Tue 22 Jan 2013
Security threats to the smart grid are a reality which utilities have to grapple with in order to avoid major grid catastrophes. In Engerati’s The Future of the Smart Grid: The ICT and Data Management Perspective (The Big Report, the authors examine the factors that open the smart grid to security threats and how utilities are (and should be) dealing with them.

What to Expect in 2013

Tue 22 Jan 2013
Where is the energy industry headed in 2013? We spoke to various Clarion Energy Conference Analysts from around the globe who were able to shed some light on what the energy industry can expect over the next year.

Data Rich, Information Poor

Thu 17 Jan 2013
The smart grid offers utilities a wealth of information which, if handled effectively, can be used to enhance service delivery and improve energy efficiency. Engerati’s The Future of the Smart Grid, the ICT and Data Management Perspective report discusses the challenges that smart grid operators face.

Balancing Grid to Need

Thu 17 Jan 2013
Power grids have to change in order to accommodate various developments and needs. Engerati’s report, The Future of Transmission and Distribution: Adapting networks to the challenges of renewable and sustainable electricity generation by authors Jane Fae and Professor Merlin Stone, discuss how the grid needs to be modified in order to meet new demands.

Outage Analysis-Human Nature or Chaotic Grids?

Tue 08 Jan 2013
In Engerati’s The Future of Transmission and Distribution: Adapting networks to the challenges of renewable and sustainable electricity generation, the authors analyze the cause of outages and how grid operators can control them better.