How Energy+ leveraged artificial intelligence for distribution security
Seeking to secure its internal networks, but also gain critically important visibility, Canada’s Energy+ became proactive with its approach to cybersecurity.
Member voice – Smart Districts: reduced water loss and improved business
What is the value of meter data in terms of intelligent leakage localisation? And what happens when you base the fight against water loss on data? A blog by Kristian Rokkjær,
Anglian Water taps into the Water – Energy Nexus
For many water companies energy is a significant cost Open Energi, redT and Anglian Water partner to optimise a £77m bill.
Enel advances artificial intelligence powered drones
Enel Green Power North America and Raptor Maps are partnering on real-time identification of solar facility faults onboard drones.
Utilities leveraging power flow control – CIGRE 2018 Spotlight
As renewable generation increasingly augments, or replaces, traditional fossil fuel resources, the electric grid faces significant challenges.
March to the intelligent grid – from engineering to software
Digitalisation and innovation are the drivers for transforming the grid and enhancing engagement with customers.
Safeguarding mission critical distribution automation communications
Developing secure communications networks is a fundamental element for ensuring mission critical distribution automation (DA) for remote devices.
NB-IoT proof of concept for smart meters in Munich Airport shows promise
The solution aims to increase the possibilities for sensors and combat difficulties in implementing smart metering in the airport.
How Northern Powergrid is smartening 860 substations
Substation automation is at heart of UK network operator Northern Powergrid’s Smart Grid Enablers project.
Leave no applications behind when modernising communications
Experts from Nokia discuss the key learnings from their experience in modernising communications for utilities.
Download – Weather matters to energy and utilities organisations
Weather often has a negative impact on business. Here's what The Weather Company learned from 100 executives in the energy and utilities industry.