Smart grids

Egypt to create the Middle East’s first-ever smart grid

State-owned Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) will transform its electricity grid into a smart grid with the help of Schneider Electric.
smart grid

Training to work on a smart grids just got smarter

The Polytechnic University of Milan, collaborating with the Enel Group, has launched a second level international Specialising Master dedicated to training experts in Smart Grids.
smart grids

Bits to watts for a fully connected smart grid

Electric power companies want to improve quality and efficiency by deploying data centres and reconstructing management platforms to create smart grids.
smart energy app

Pushing smarts to the edge: Tap an app

Landis+Gyr's VP of portfolio management notes that consumers and utilities are now discovering that a multitude of functions can be enabled with apps.
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Automation III: Smart grid without communications

Smart Grid Automation without communications: A concept that can be applied to the broader grid with some forethought of the scenarios of network switching.
low voltage

The value of solar data services for low voltage network operations

The IEEE Smart Grid will host a webinar on the utilisation of solar forecasting data for proactive management of low voltage (LV) networks.
telecom operators

Policy support is key for the adoption of smart grid technologies

A new report reveals that in terms of the smart grid solar PV is the most popular technology to use net metering for grid connection.
USTDA

Cote d’Ivoire pilot to reduce energy losses globally

The US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) has selected EnerNex as a partner for grid modernisation project in Cote d’Ivoire.
Power wheeling

Blackout alert: WAMPAC solution for complex grids

Network complexity has pushed enhancement of monitoring and control by Wide Area Monitoring Protection and Control (WAMPAC), an enabler of the Smart Grid.
French companies

Ten French companies to feature at African Utility Week

Business France, the French Trade Commission, will once again be taking part with ten French companies at African Utility Week in Cape Town. 

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