Smart Grid Should Be Developed with the Customer in Mind
Sasha Bermann of VaasaETT talks to Andrew Blaver, Implementation Manager at Perth Solar City, in this European Utility Week 2013 interview
Big Data for Big Change
Guest Article by: Mike Ballard, Senior Director for Utilities Strategy at Oracle EMEA
Smart Meters-An Evolution, Not a Revolution
Frank Hyldmar, President ESMIG exploring the role of smart meters in the smart grid
Technology: Key To Enable Energy Saving And Reaching The 2020 Target
Consumer engagement is imperative to optimize energy savings and reach the stipulated 20% energy savings by 2020 at EU level. ESMIG believes energy consumption feedback and control technologies are essential to achieve energy consumption savings far above those typically experienced in pilots to date, on the premise that the consumer is educated, encouraged and assisted in the process.
Smart Metering in Africa Calls for Smarter Choices
Experts believe that Africa is ready for smart metering technology. However, smart choices must be made when faced with the options.
Utilities Must Take Responsibility for the Smart Home
It is in the utility’s best interest to support smart home technology as it serves to benefit the sector as a whole, as well as its consumers.
Ericsson Wins E.ON Big Data Contract
German energy group E.ON, one of the world’s largest private energy companies, has recently chosen Ericsson to provide a hosted solution which involves over half a million smart metering points throughout Sweden.
The First Steps To True Energy Savings
The control of energy consumption has to be a top priority for utilities, businesses and households alike.
Transmission & Distribution
Interview: Flemming Jensen
Interview: Mats Nilsson: The Transition to a Smarter System
Mats Nilsson, Economist at Vattenfall (Sweden), discusses his view on the challenges experienced during the transition to smarter and more energy efficient systems. Mr Nilsson will also be presenting at Smart Utilities Scandinavia on 17-18 April in Stockholm.
Sweden’s Not-So-Smart Grid
Sweden develops its smart grid in order to realize its energy efficiency goals.