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 will discuss how they envision the internet of things (IoT) transforming the grid through microgrid integration. Where can we expect microgrids, who will build, own and operate them?
One of the greatest challenges facing the water utility industry is the poor condition of water and wastewater infrastructure causing leakages.
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.
As smart meters are installed at residential, commercial and other sites nationwide, utilities are seeing a variety of benefits and opportunities that are passed on to the end user, according to a
Blockchain technology has created a buzz in the energy sector. This webinar focuses on the impact of this technology for utilities and aims to unpick the myths from the reality.
Cloud computing and its advantages are becoming more prevalent across the energy industry.
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