What technologies can enable smart city developments?
Cities and utilities are embracing the smart city revolution across the globe.
The business value of technology to utilities
Properly utilising technology to realise innovations and business value is a modern-day necessity for utilities.
Spokane and the Urbanova project: How can utilities stay relevant?
As one of the oldest utility companies in the United States, Avista is continuously seeking new ways to innovate and improve the business.
Novel technologies: integrating solar and kinetic renewable generation
Emerging generation technologies on buildings and streets offer the potential to scale up local renewable production.
Data management for utilities: issues and solutions
Issues that utilities must deal with range from data quality issues to new data sources integration, as well as having relevant and quick access to reference data.
DER-intensive microgrids – what is their value in stabilising networks?
Are self-sufficient embedded microgrids the solution to reinforcing the grid edge? Australia’s NetZero project aims to find out.
Bringing cities to the future: Smart city examples in the US
Citizens’ and governments’ demands for utility advancements such as energy efficiency and low-carbon emissions have gained global momentum in recent decades.
Enel X drives digitalisation
Enel X is the Italian utility’s new brand to drive the delivery of electric mobility and other digital services for end users.
Smart consumer trends that utilities should know about
Smart cities, smart homes and new smart products are being highlighted for consumers.
Are NGOs the key for smart cities?
NGOs are playing a key leadership role in driving smart city developments in the United States.
Utility value of HEMS: Why Fortum is tapping into the home
Home energy management services are a solution to declining revenue. Engerati assesses the business case for energy suppliers.