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Smart Energy Newsletter Archives: April 2018

 
 
Apple hits 100% renewable energy globally




Apple has achieved its goal of its global facilities being 100 per cent powered by renewable energy. The computer company said this was part of its commitment to combat climate change and create a healthier environment.
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New York to spend $15m improving electric grid

Up to $15m is available for projects that will help New York improve the resiliency, efficiency and overall performance of its electric grid to save on energy and costs to combat climate change, according to state governor Andrew Cuomo.
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Dewa and Amity University partner on smart grids




The Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (Dewa) is working with Amity University Dubai to promote the exchange of knowledge, best experiences and practices on renewable energy, smart grids and emerging technologies.
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Siemens and Movia bring smart charging to Danish buses




Public transport authority Movia is installing smart charging stations for buses in 45 Danish municipalities using technology from German giant Siemens.
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MPrest works with UMS on utility analytics

Israeli company MPrest is working with UMS Group to deliver operational analytics to electricity utilities.
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CES becomes gathering point for IoT buyers




Audits of attendees to the massive Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas indicate that the event has become one of the world's largest gathering points for IoT buyers, according to the IoT M2M Council (IMC).
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Jamaica to install 100,000 smart meters this year




Jamaica Public Service (JPS) plans to install 100,000 smart meters across the island this year.
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