Proving the Business Case for the Internet of Things

Smart Energy Newsletter Archives: December 2018

 
Schneider enhances digital energy management
Schneider Electric has made IoT-enabled enhancements to its EcoStruxure Power digital energy management architecture in response to demand for reduced carbon intensity, operational efficiency and business continuity.
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Tata digital power plant combines AI and IoT



Tata Consultancy Services' IP2 digital power plant combines AI, IoT and digital twin technologies to support critical power plant assets, enhance reliability, improve flexibility, cut emissions and reduce operating costs.
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Swytch uses blockchain for AI-powered renewable energy platform
Swytch’s blockchain-based clean energy platform can provide enterprises with real-time visibility into their green energy production data in a way that ensures anonymity and security. The Texas company uses AI-based predictive technology to create sustainable policies.
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Arsenal scores with smart renewable energy



British football club Arsenal has installed a smart battery storage system that will store enough energy to run its stadium from kick-off to full time through a partnership with renewable energy company Octopus Energy and Pivot Power.
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Alabama city starts advanced metering programme



The city of Dothan is Alabama has started an electricity and water advanced metering infrastructure programme using technology from South Carolina-based Hubbell Power Systems through its Aclara brand, a supplier of smart infrastructure to electric, gas and water utilities around the world.
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Smart energy start-up raises $1m in pre-seed round



Ottawa-based smart energy start-up BluWave-ai has raised more than $1m from several international angel investors and institutional investors, including the Ecofuel Fund, as part of a pre-seed round.
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Europe smart meter shipments to top 31m this year
Smart energy meter shipments in Europe will reach a record level of 31.3 million units this year, according to a report from IoT analyst firm Berg Insight.
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