Taking intelligence to the grid edge
Before we reach the connected, intelligent grid of the future, preparations must be made for the grid edge and its intelligent potential.
How energy storage can enable e-mobility and grid flexibility
The growth of the energy storage market can directly impact the future of the electric grid and of e-mobility.
Gamification – can it enable electric vehicles to unlock the smart grid?
Gamification is demonstrating its potential in engaging consumers and harnessing residential demand side response.
Transactive energy – moving blockchain from pilot to mainstream
Pilots focussed on important energy sector use cases are key for advancing blockchain, experts agree
Pylon – a transactive blockchain platform for the energy sector
The Pylon blockchain under development is aimed to support new energy sector business models to integrate decentralised renewable energies.
Artificial intelligence to drive flexibility opportunity in UK
Open Energi partners with Aggregate Industries to deliver AI-powered grid flexibility and energy savings
Enhanced frequency control for UK’s national grid
A wide-area monitoring and control system is under development to provide fast response services to the UK grid.
Download – Distributed energy management: The new era of demand response
This week's featured download comes from Itron, presenting an ebook on how the proliferation of DERs on the grid offers utilities a transformational opportunity.
Blockchain: A solution to energy sector challenges – Paul Massara
Former CEO of RWE’s UK subsidiary npower Paul Massara, now CEO of Electron, talks energy sector blockchain with Engerati
AI and utilities – tailoring disruptive technology to energy challenges
Presenting key learnings from our Engerati webinar featuring artificial intelligence specialists from AI academy and Ferranti discussing the use cases for utilities.
Smart charging for electric vehicles: how can it benefit DSOs?
Smart charging can be the solution for the demand problem that distribution grids are facing with the increasing adoption of electric vehicles, according to a new paper.