Electron and eEnergy Center Sign Co-operation Agreement for Swiss Electricity Market

Electron has signed a co-operation agreement with eEnergy Center to work together with them and an existing consortium of parties, including several Swiss DSOs...

Why data culture matters

Organizational culture can accelerate the application of analytics, amplify its power, and steer companies away from risky outcomes. Here are seven principles that underpin...

Data-Driven Smart Cities: From Big Data to Security

Yesterday, living in data-driven smart cities was perceived as a science-fiction fantasy. Today, city administrators have introduced a Chief Data Officer role to make...

New York’s Energy Storage Roadmap: It’s Not Easy Getting from Here...

New York has won praise for setting a goal to attract 1,500 MW of energy storage by 2025. But now comes the tricky part...

IoT Energy Applications: From Smart Vehicles to Smart Meters

"Utilities" may not sound like a buzzword. Nonetheless, IoT is quickly making the energy sector an exciting space. From smart metering to vehicle-to-grid solutions,...

Will blockchain lead to a smarter energy grid?

Alina Fedosova An interconnected energy system of the future requires decentralised, democratic and resilient electricity trading. Ever more companies are wishing for blockchain technology...

How Your Battery Will Sell Energy to Your Neighbor’s Car

EnSync is working on a version of peer-to-peer energy trading. Wisconsin-based storage developer EnSync Energy Systems is working on a system that could allow...

Creating the energy architecture of the 21st century

In the early 20th century, challenges in energy architecture were mostly related to simplicity. Now, distributed generation and multiple sources of supply have increased...

How Connectivity and Real-Time Data Can Reduce Food Loss and Empower...

Technology is increasingly at the core of everything we do. From combating pollution to tackling food loss to improving access to health care, people...

Lancement d’une plateforme blockchain pour le commerce de matières premières

Quinze multinationales, dont des groupes bancaires et le groupe pétrolier Shell , ont annoncé mercredi la création d’une plateforme blockchain pour faciliter les échanges...
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