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Digital disruption in the power industry

Digital disruption in the power industry
Globally, increasing demand for energy and power encourages companies operating in energy and power industry to adopt solutions that can help them enhance production output with minimum errors and reduced down-time. The products are offered specifically for the energy sector to enhance operations in the energy data management area. By Anand Shanker, Research Analyst at MarketsandMarkets.
15th November 2017

Duo accelerate adoption of smart agriculture solutions

Duo accelerate adoption of smart agriculture solutions
Global mobile satellite communications provider, Inmarsat, has agreed to enter into a strategic partnership with Pessl Instruments, a provider of advanced agriculture technology solutions, to become its sole connectivity and platforms provider. The partnership promises to speed up the adoption of IoT in the agricultural sector by making it possible for customers to take advantage of IoT anywhere on the planet.
13th November 2017

From producers to consumers: looking at energy for today and tomorrow

From producers to consumers: looking at energy for today and tomorrow
The types of challenge that Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG has to address again and again as a manufacturer of high quality heavy current measurement technology include; energy transition, climate change, renewable or alternative energies, decentralised energy feeding, reduction of CO2 emissions, energy saving and smart cities.
9th November 2017


Air pollution battle found to be crucial to China’s public health

Air pollution battle found to be crucial to China’s public health
  A new study has shown that China’s measures to improve air quality are working, but more stringent policies should be put in place to safeguard public health. Air pollution in China, especially in mega-metropolitan areas, is a matter of concern due to its impact on public health.
7th November 2017

Smart heating reduces energy bills for the few not the many

Smart heating reduces energy bills for the few not the many
One of Europe’s largest online electrical retailers, reichelt elektronik has released new research which reveals that UK adults who currently use smart home heating solutions have saved on their heating costs as a result, but 86% still aren’t planning to install smart heating solutions over the next 12 months.
3rd November 2017

Data centre wins gold award for its environmental design

Data centre wins gold award for its environmental design
For the third time, a green-energy data centre at the University of St Andrews has achieved the highest level of award for its performance and environmental design. Following a rigorous re-assessment process this summer the University has retained the GOLD award under the Certified Energy Efficient DataCenter Award (CEEDA) Scheme. Built at a cost of £2.4m, the data centre was opened in 2011, with the aims of carbon neutrality for energy supply, reducing energy usage and costs, and providing an efficient, reliable and scalable facility.
26th October 2017

Biogas plant doubles in capacity to supply 1,000 households

Biogas plant doubles in capacity to supply 1,000 households
  In Iffendic, Brittany, German biogas plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER is currently working on an extension AD project with its French partner WELTEC Agripower. The biogas plant in Iffendic had already been built back in 2014, and now its capacity is being doubled. The biogas plant now generates 500kW a day, enough to supply almost 1,000 households.
24th October 2017

Andorra becomes a 'living lab' for urban innovation research

Andorra becomes a 'living lab' for urban innovation research
Researchers have developed CityScope Andorra, a 3D augmented-reality platform that visualises complex urban data on a small-scale model of the country in real-time. The platform simulates the impact of multiple urban interventions — from urban planning proposals to shared autonomous vehicles — and facilitates civic engagement and decision making.
13th October 2017

Certification mark increases green credentials of manufacturers

Certification mark increases green credentials of manufacturers
Consumers around the world are actively choosing environmentally friendly products. As a result manufacturers of electrical and electronic (EE) products need to show their products reduce the use of hazardous substances, improve resource and energy efficiency, and can be more easily recycled.
12th October 2017

Public backs carbon capture coal power stations

Public backs carbon capture coal power stations
According to a new survey by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, a large proportion (50%) of the public would back the construction of new coal and gas fired power stations if there was an ability to capture and store any emissions produced. The survey, which looks at public views on UK electricity generation, found that the public also seem to prioritise security of supply and climate change over price.
4th October 2017


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POWER & ENERGY 2017
22nd November 2017
Rwanda Kigali