The Smart Evolution: Dynamic Demand Technology
The fundamental business logic for creating smart homes is generating detailed information about energy use in the home. This is teamed with automation and load control information.
Interview: Gunnar Lorenz, Head of Unit Networks, Eurelectric
Interview with Gabriele Riedmann De Trinidad, head of the Energy business sector, Deutsche Telekom
Deutsche Telekom: "Information technology and processing will play a decisive role in tomorrow's energy industry"
Providing more advanced energy management solutions a Toshiba interview
Exclusive interview with Takeshi Yokota, Executive Officer Corporate Vice President, Social Infrastructure Systems Company, Toshiba Corporation. Toshiba and Landis+Gyr are joint platinum sponsors at Metering, Billing/CRM Europe.
Integrating systems and solutions can provide answers to the utility industry’s concerns
Interviews with with Oswaldo Kaschny, VP Electric Utilities, Schneider Electric and Jesús Ríos Odero, VP Electric Business, Telvent.
Interview with Sergey Bakulin, Energy Practice Program Manager, Luxoft
Luxoft is Working in Russia mostly on projects to enable ageing infrastructure to work more efficiently
Interview with Ruslan Casico, Head of Marketing & Sales, ADD Grup
ADD GRUP about to develop advanced tools for demand side management
Interview with Kim Arlund Nørgaard, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Elster Integrated Solutions and Elster Electricity International
Elster – 'future energy mix needs to be sustainable to meet and secure growing demand'
Interview with Albert van den Noort, smart grids specialist at DNV Kema
'It is essential that parties have the same understanding of what a smart grid is and how it should be realized' PowerMatching City – is a live smart grid project involving 25 households in the Hoogkerk district in the northern part of the Netherlands.
‘New unifying brand’ unveiled at RAI Convention Centre
“A fantastic new unifying brand for what is the most important and comprehensive event of the European energy scene”
NZ’s Big Power Companies Scramble to Keep Customers
As New Zealand’s electricity customers continue to switch power retailers for more competitive rates, bigger power companies are working hard to keep existing customers and attract new ones.