Utilities’ Quest for Spectrum: All Roads Lead to Public-Safety LTE?
US utilities have yet to solve the daunting problem of cyber spectrum – an issue which experts claim is stalling smart grid deployments and inhibiting investment in this sector.
Ethiopia-Kenya Power Line Enters Second Phase
The Ethiopia-Kenya power line will see Kenya receive much-needed clean electrical power from its neighbor.
A New 500MW Subsea Cable Connects Britain and Ireland
Both the UK and Ireland can look forward to enhanced energy security and competitive power tariffs now that their grids are connected.
Smart Grid Will Feature in Argentina’s Future
Argentina turns to the smart grid in a bid to resolve its power supply issues.
Going Solar – Morocco to Save 2.5m Tons of Fossil Fuel
Morocco’s solar energy plans are well-underway as investments are sought.
Harnessing the World’s Wind Power
Wind power alone is capable of supplying the world with all of its energy needs. This is according to new research just released by the Carnegie Institute and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Concessions Pave Way for Brazil’s Power Price Cuts
Brazil’s president has announced power price cuts in a bid to strengthen the country’s ailing economic state.