Australian utility Ergon Energy has contracted smart grid company S&C Electric to deliver energy storage solutions with the aim of improving service delivery to rural customers.
Under the terms of the deal, S&C will supply 20 of its PureWave community energy storage (CES) systems to Ergon’s grid utility support system.
US utilities Consumers Energy and DTE Energy revealed this week that they held a real-world cyber security simulation earlier this month as a replacement to a traditional table-top exercise.
Facilitated by cyber security company Michigan Cyber Range, the exercise called Power Phoenix took place on October 15 and was intended as
This guest post is authored by Quan Nguyen, a senior engineer at MAVERICK Technologies.
What does a critical system mean to you? I interpret a critical system as one that is required to be in operation while the facility is in production, or when people must be
US smart grid company Tollgrade revealed this week that it is involved in a number of Ofgem-funded projects in the UK to monitor network capacity and overhead line vibration as part of a push towards grid modernisation.
Tollgrade, which makes fault detection hardware and predictive analytics software, is working with
In more deal news for Elster Solutions this week, the US metering solutions company announced a contract with a Mississippi utility for its advanced metering infrastructure solution (AMI) for water and electricity services.
Starkville Electric Department (SED) and Starkville Public Works (SPW) confirmed that city officials had approved the deployment of
A thin tether provides enough constant power and communications to this pocket-sized surveillance drone
European smart metering received a positive push with the publication of the EU Internal Energy Market Directive (2009), which established that member states should ensure the implementation of intelligent metering systems. At least 80% of European consumers should be equipped with smart meters by 2020 provided the result of a
Communities are taking back control of their own power generation, storage and consumption.
The benefits of on-site generation, storage and transmission are clear and the trend is travelling fast across the globe.
From under-developed countries such as India who have been developing mini grids for almost two decades now [Mini-grids