Proving the Business Case for the Internet of Things

Smart Energy Newsletter Archives: February 2018



Tesla works with Australian government to build virtual power plant

The Australian government is working with Tesla to create what it claims will be the world’s biggest virtual power plant. The plan is to roll out a network of at least 50,000 home solar and battery systems across South Australia.
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Gulf Power spends $83m on smart grid for Pensacola




Florida utility Gulf Power is investing $83m on smart grid technology for downtown Pensacola to upgrade the reliability and performance of its energy supply.
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SAS and Trilliant partner on connected grids

North Carolina companies SAS and Trilliant have signed an agreement to collaborate on data-driven decisions for optimising connected grid devices.
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Kellton introduces IoT-enabled AI platform for energy sector




India-based Kellton Tech is expanding its presence in the energy vertical with an IoT-enabled AI platform that enables remote monitoring of real-time data from various energy assets and resources at multiple locations.
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Fuel cells deliver CHP for Finnish smart grid




A renewable energy system to make a Finnish business district energy self-sufficient will soon become reality, after Elcogen, Convion and Lempäälän Energia agreed to cooperate.
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The9 and C&I to distribute solar energy using blockchain




Chinese internet company The9 has signed a partnership agreement with C&I Singapore Renewable and Innovative Tech to cooperate in distributing solar energy using blockchain technology.
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Japan brings smart grid technology to Philippines

The Philippines state-run National Electrification Administration has teamed up with the Japan International Cooperation Agency to help improve distribution reliability through smart grid technology.
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