Volkswagen – new entrant in the power business
Volkswagen has launched a company to deliver energy offerings and charging solutions for the group’s electric vehicle brands.
Flexibility platforms for Europe – standardising the process
The interaction between flexibility platforms and grid management services should be standardised, USEF Foundation indicates.
Using situational intelligence to create business value
Integrating weather data into utility operations can save millions in costs, the Weather Company demonstrates.
Smart cities and smart homes – the utility opportunity
Smart technologies in cities and homes are opening the way for new product and service opportunities in the energy sector.
Moving towards integration of Europe’s energy balancing markets
European TSOs have proposed six models to enable integration of the region’s national balancing markets.
Four energy trends for 2019
Engerati reviews four trends to watch in 2019 – renewable energy development, 5G, electromobility and blockchain.
What COP 24 means for the energy sector
COP 24 outcomes include agreement on rules towards meeting the Paris Agreement and the launch of a new global initiative on electromobility.
Can satellite technology support the power grid?
Europe’s transmission and distribution system operators are collaborating to investigate the feasibility of space-based services in supporting their operations.
How to meet the artificial intelligence energy challenge
The growing energy footprint associated to data centres needs to become more efficient. A new JRC report presents three approaches.
Securing Europe’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure
ENCS and E.DSO have launched cyber security requirements for electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Iberdrola – drone innovations for asset monitoring
Iberdrola is supporting development of powerline and wind turbine monitoring by drones