The importance of utilising interoperability on smart grids
Systems interoperability is beginning to be seen as a necessity for utilities, especially as it is paramount for implementation of a smart grid.
Europe 2040 – a vision of the future power system
New interconnections are at the heart of a 2040 fit-for-purpose power system for Europe.
Case study – modernising Stedin’s substation architecture
This featured download comes from OSIsoft, and discusses its partnership with DSO Stedin.
Electric and solar planes: the next step in e-mobility?
Solar and electric planes signify a huge reshaping of air travel operations in the coming decades.
Member voice of the week: IoT assisting with distributed energy management
The recent dramatic rise in domestic rooftop solar generation is causing utilities headaches. A blog by Giovanni Polizzi, Energy Solutions Manager, Indra Australia.
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.
Integrating electric vehicles into the grid – three takeaways
E-mobility heads Federico Caleno at Enel X and Sven Jaspers at Nuon/Vattenfall discuss the grid integration of electric vehicles.
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.
Securing the utility: Try this OT cybersecurity framework
In 2014, the US Department of Homeland Security reported that 40% of all reported cyber attacks targeted the energy industry.
Northern Powergrid – from DNO to DSO with smart grid upgrade
UK DNO Northern Powergrid takes the smart grid from pilot to full scale rollout.