Smart Energy News

IBM and Averta partner to transform utilities

IBM is collaborating with Avertra, a Virginia-based integration services, products and consultancy organisation, to accelerate digital transformation in the energy and utilities industry. Avertra will host its MiCustomer Digital [...]

Aeris helps Bboxx deliver clean energy in Africa

Bboxx, a utility that manufactures, distributes and finances decentralised solar powered systems in the developing world, is using the Aeris Fusion IoT network to deliver clean energy to over [...]

Schneider makes sustainable energy push at CES

Schneider Electric unveiled at last week’s virtual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) products that bring more safety and control while delivering sustainable energy management choices directly to homeowners. This is [...]

New Jersey gets green light for smart meter rollout

Public Service Electric & Gas has received approval from the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to invest approximately $700m during the next four years to provide its 2.3 [...]

Alpha-Omega picks Semtech LoRa for smart meters

German IoT firm Alpha-Omega Technology is using LoRaWan technology from Semtech in its Klax line of smart meter interface modules for enterprise and consumer utility management. This should help [...]

Koben and Instant On let consumers benefit from smart grids

Canadian firm Koben Systems is working with California-based Instant On Energy to combine smart grid requirements with the consumers’ desire for full visibility and control of energy and gas. [...]

Huawei helps Vietnam households optimise solar energy

Chinese tech giant Huawei is using its smart photovoltaic offering to help Vietnamese households optimise the use of solar energy. Huawei FusionSolar is a complete integrated system for residential [...]

Nissan and E.On white paper explores V2G technology

Japanese car maker Nissan, E.On Drive and Imperial College London have published a white paper highlighting the carbon saving and economic benefits of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology. The paper explores [...]

EDF and Capgemini partner on smart grids

French utility EDF and Capgemini are combining their expertise to compete for emerging smart grid projects worldwide. The control of consumption and the development of renewable energies have become [...]

New York pays $2.2m for DERMS research

The New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA) has awarded the Electric Power Research Institute (Epri), Schneider Electric, General Electric and Smarter Grid Solutions $2.2m to develop [...]

VW DC wallbox integrates EV charging into smart grid

German car maker Volkswagen is piloting an electric vehicle charger that allows power to flow in both direction so it can be integrated into a smart grid. Following flexible [...]

Hoymiles collects IoT data from solar power equipment

Chinese microinverter manufacturer Hoymiles Power Electronics has unveiled the S-Miles cloud platform for real-time visualised monitoring of solar power generating equipment. With the IoT-supported data collection devices, the platform [...]