Can telcos be the new contenders in the smart homes space?
Companies such as Huawei and Deutsche Telekom are quickly developing smart home systems, fast-tracking their entrance into the energy services market.
Blockchain to bring solar power to Moldova
Will alternative financing on the blockchain spur clean energy development? Eastern European project aims to investigate.
How to successfully integrate EV programmes into your utility
With key learnings from Texas’ Austin Energy, Engerati explores what a successful integration of electric vehicles into the utility business model looks like.
Three game-changing energy projects in New York State
The New York Power Authority is implementing a series of projects that put in practice actionable DER integration. We explore some of their most exciting features.
How can DERs help upgrade the utility business model?
In the May issue of Engerati Quarterly, we explore how utilities can modernise their business with technological innovations such as distributed energy resources, microgrids and electric vehicles.
Peer-to-peer energy trading – building energy communities
Transactive energy in communities is growing both on and off the blockchain.
Power Ledger’s blockchain goes commercial
Peer-to-peer renewables trading on the blockchain is set to start being commercialised in Melbourne, Australia.
Blockchain and clean energy – how distributed ledgers benefit renewables
Blockchain offers potential to support renewables development across the world.
London’s public transport system goes sustainable
Transport for London is integrating electric buses into its fleet and committing to renewable energy to power the transport network.
Member voice: The next investment boom – clean minigrids
THEnergy has developed a streamlined approach to make funding for mini-grid players more cost-effective and will contribute to quicker growth. A blog by Thomas Hillig, Founder of THEnergy
Member voice of the week: Should Australia replicate the solar industry in India?
With extensive land space and abundant sunshine, Australia has massive potential to develop a series of large solar sites. A blog by Matt Cook, Marketing Director at Mint Selection.