Transactive energy – moving blockchain from pilot to mainstream
Pilots focussed on important energy sector use cases are key for advancing blockchain, experts agree
Download – Copenhagen building the foundation for multiple smart city applications
Copenhagen has set the ambitious goal of becoming carbon neutral by the year 2025, and is transforming how it manages energy use, traffic systems and emergency response.
Ferranti reorganisation – IT and customers in focus
Ferranti is rebranding itself into three subsidiaries, of which one is MECOMS for utilities.
Eurelectric presents Brexit energy wish list
Close collaboration on energy and climate between the UK and EU is cornerstone of Eurelectric’s post-Brexit proposals
How distributed secure network intelligence supports DER integration
Modern, secure communication networks are the best way to prepare for increased DERs on the grid. In a recent webinar, ECI shared key insights from its experience.
Developing blockchain by consortium – is there power in numbers?
New blockchain consortia are emerging as organisations collaborate on standards and use case development
Pylon – a transactive blockchain platform for the energy sector
The Pylon blockchain under development is aimed to support new energy sector business models to integrate decentralised renewable energies.
A research and innovation vision for a 2050 Europe
Europe’s 2050 energy system is outlined by ETIP SNET as a ‘system of systems’ based on market, communication, physical and digital layers.
Member voice – Recap on the first Engerati Meets
Reflecting on two intense days at the first Engerati Meets last month in Vienna. A blog by David Ulrich Ziegler, Freelancer at David Energie & Service.
Innovation tops energy leaders’ concerns, World Energy Council finds
WEC’s Energy Issues Monitor finds that the power sector transformation is moving in the right direction.
Optimising network cybersecurity against new threats
As the security landscape against utilities becomes more complex and challenging, new safeguards must be put in place to protect the critical infrastructure against a new generation of cyber attacks.