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Global energy efficiency improvements are returning to pre-pandemic levels; however they remain below the pace needed in a net zero pathway.
One billion individuals are connected to the digital world in some shape or form, though this is what we can call ‘the easy half’. The real work now begins to ensure that the rest of the population, the population that is not always easily accessible also connected.
FSD Africa is investing in a digital solution that will increase access to carbon markets by connecting carbon credits from small-scale green projects across the global south to international buyers.
Connectivity is crucial to modern lifestyles and for digital equity to be realised, all stakeholders need to look beyond just hardware.
Maintenance has always been a topical matter when it comes to asset management. Traditional maintenance strategies continue to lack real insight into the actual condition of an asset. Developments are being made through condition-based monitoring (CBM) and other data capturing tools to help mitigate this.
With a global move towards decarbonisation of the electricity mix, Taru Madangombe discusses Electricity 4.0 - the convergence of electrical and digital at scale - as a route to smarter and more efficient energy.
Utilities believe now is the time to get ahead of the demand and determine when and how to use augmented reality in real-time work situations and for training.
There is a language that has become a valuable skill to have on your résumé. It's not Spanish, Russian or Mandarin—but it is very useful in commercial and public domains.
The Digital economy is orchestrating new business models across boundaries around the hyper-demanding consumers, says GlobalData.