The energy efficiency and building management sectors like to talk about the quick wins or low hanging fruit of cutting energy usage.
Blockchain technology has created a buzz in the energy sector. This webinar will focus on the impact of this technology for utilities and aim to unpick the myths from the reality.
Cloud computing and its advantages are becoming more prevalent across the energy industry.
Utilities are already thinking about how to incorporate IoT data into their operations to improve efficiencies and reliability. You need an IoT strategy.
JT and Stream have gained an unrivalled breadth and depth of metering industry specific knowledge over the years of working together. JT’s Open Roaming M2M Solution, in combination with Stream’s
On the 3rd of November, Small Giants and Positive Energy Blocks Initiatives of the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities will pres
New technology-enabled services have already penetrated the smart energy system with PV being the most obvious.
Market research reveals that security is a growing concern within the Utilities industry.
A recent report by Accenture pointed out that European Utilities face are exposed to approximately €61billion of revenue risk due to potential network disruptions.
As utilities push towards the delivery of new services, and the changing energy consumption (and consumer) landscape, the role of grid edge assets and
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