Energy Efficiency and Management
Power factor correction – a win-win for network operators and commercial customers
Network constraints are pushing demand-based tariffs onto business customers. Edge Electrons has a solution that keeps operators and customers happy.
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.
Member voice – Challenges of reactive maintenance in the electric power industry
The detrimental effects of reactive maintenance in the electric power industry. A blog by Bryan Christiansen, Founder & CEO of Limble
From SCADA to Industrial IoT – how to connect behind-the-meter assets
Once you have a use case for connecting behind-the-meter assets, what are the next steps to deployment and management?
Three game-changing energy projects in New York State
The New York Power Authority is implementing a series of projects that put in practice actionable DER integration. We explore some of their most exciting features.
Member voice: Services in sync with AMI evolution
A recent market report inspired me to discuss AMI evolution steps from the service business viewpoint. A blog by Esa Eerola, Senior Product Manager at Landis+Gyr.
Energy efficiency – a funding bonanza
New funds are being implemented to support energy efficiency at all scales, including social housing.
Utility as consultant – Iberdrola shows the way
Iberdrola aims to commercialise its smart grid experience with innovation and advisory services on utility digitalisation.
Collective switching: can it change the UK energy market?
Collective switching is experiencing a rise among energy consumers in the UK. How can utilities drive value out of the customer switching trend?
Download – Smart cities need a smart grid: but what type of smart grid?
This week's featured download comes from NES, presenting a white paper on how smart grids can successfully support smart cities.
Making EV charging profitable: what works for your utility?
EV charging will change the grid in a number of ways - how utilities approach it is up to them. We suggest considering some key profit models.
Supporting innovation for the low carbon transition
Businesses are racing to support the transition to a low-carbon economy as the impacts of climate change become ever-clearer but bringing great ideas to market can be challenging
InovGrid: Evolution of the smartest
There’s a new paradigm in the electricity industry sector
Delivering client-focused innovation to transform grid operations
Utilities are under unprecedented pressure from regulators to reduce costs and improve their performance while enhancing customer service.