New opportunities for distribution operational savings can be created by the intersection of power line based communications and edge computing with smart metering.
A confluence of new market forces, green environmental regulations and disruptive energy technologies is prompting momentous changes in the utility industry.
How do you implement national regulation and secure your grid edge investments?
Drivers for energy companies to create and manage an intelligent metering network are well known.
Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is the largest electricity utility in Malaysia with a customer base of eight million people and assets worth $20 billion.
As of 2015 there were 4.9 billion devices within the internet of things and that number is expected to reach or even exceed 50 billion by 2020.
We are seeing industry and nation-leaders waking up to the “cyber” reality and possible devastating cyberattacks on utilities.
Capgemini and Intel will discuss how they envision the internet of things (IoT) transforming the grid through microgrid integration.
Distributed energy resources are now an established part of most African utilities’ generation mix but most are outside the utilities’ direct control.
The energy efficiency and building management sectors like to talk about the quick wins or low hanging fruit of cutting energy usage.
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