Britons in the Dark About Smart Meters
Despite the UK’s ambitious smart meter deployment plans, most Britons have no idea what the devices are or what they entail.
Smart Grid for Low Income Consumers
47% of low income consumers surveyed affirmed their acceptance of smart grid – a full three percentage points higher than the general population.
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.
China Gets Serious about Grid Security
China announced its plans for a massive increase in smart grid security spending in an effort to contain risks that may arise from its aggressive smart grid expansion.
Smart Grid Will Feature in Argentina’s Future
Argentina turns to the smart grid in a bid to resolve its power supply issues.
Exclusive Interview: Philipp Gruner, President of KG Technologies
The smart grid has certainly proven its worth. Thanks to the grid, power can be restored quicker and faster.
Transmission & Distribution
Preparing the Grid for Failure
The smart meter alone cannot be relied upon to restore power complete integration of smart grid systems will accelerate the restoration time.
Smart Metering Helps Caribbean’s Energy Security
Smart grid technology could provide the Caribbean with its energy security.
How ETIP SNET is tackling the technical challenges of the energy transition
The European Technology & Innovation Platforms (ETIPs) created by the European Commission bring together a multitude of stakeholders and experts from the energy sector.
Deploying IP/MPLS Communications Networks for Smart Grid
Network transformation to reliable
Is SDN right for utilities? Address emerging operational challenges with SDN
Utilities worldwide are adopting new technologies