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ICs meet needs of next-generation smart metering

ICs meet needs of next-generation smart metering
Energy metering integrated circuits (ICs) from Analog Devices are now being shipped by Mouser Electronics. The ADE9xxx energy metering ICs deliver highly accurate measurements of apparent energy (kVA), active energy (kWh), reactive energy (kVAR), rms, and power quality for meeting the needs of next-generation smart metering, industrial instruments, single-phase and polyphase revenue meters, and energy-monitoring applications.
10th October 2018

A carbon-positive data centre set to go into operation

A carbon-positive data centre set to go into operation
With data centres expected to consume as much as 20% of the world’s energy within only a few years, the deployment of energy efficient data centres is crucial. Swedish developer of climate-positive data centres EcoDataCenter is now launching a carbon positive data centre in Falun in central Sweden.
4th October 2018

Improving your home's energy rating can raise its value by £25,000

Improving your home's energy rating can raise its value by £25,000
When attempting to sell your property, you want to do everything you can to make it an attractive purchase. A new coat of paint, making repairs and tidying up are all usually on the list, but have you considered improving your energy rating? MoneySuperMarket has found that upgrading your Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) – the government’s rating of a property’s energy efficiency - from an average D to a high end A can have massive financial benefits.
27th September 2018


Graphene-based ultracapacitors help reduce fuel consumption

Graphene-based ultracapacitors help reduce fuel consumption
A high-volume, multi-million-euro contract has been signed by Skeleton Technologies and Wrights Group to take place over the next five years.  Skeleton Technologies supplies graphene-based ultracapacitors to the latest KERS enabled hybrid-electric double and single deck buses produced by the Wrights Group. The demand to reduce CO2 emissions in city centres is one of the key drivers for Wrightbus to implement new technology which cuts down CO2 emissions by saving fuel. 
21st September 2018

A mix of fuel-saving, flexible, and highly reliable sources

A mix of fuel-saving, flexible, and highly reliable sources
In major legislation passed at the end of August, California committed to creating a 100 % carbon-free electricity grid — once again leading other nations, states, and cities in setting aggressive policies for slashing greenhouse gas emissions. Now, a study by MIT researchers provides guidelines for cost-effective and reliable ways to build such a zero-carbon electricity system.
7th September 2018

A guide on how to make your appliances more eco-friendly

A guide on how to make your appliances more eco-friendly
We live in an age of eco-conscious consumers; over the last decade, people have become more aware of the harmful effects of their daily habits on the environment. With news of just how much plastic is floating in the world’s oceans and how carbon emissions are affecting our cities (with the city of London surpassing its limit for air toxins in just under a month earlier this year), it’s clear that action needs to be taken on a global scale – but what can the average person do to help the environment?
5th September 2018

Passive solar-powered system could prevent ice buildup

Passive solar-powered system could prevent ice buildup
From airplane wings to overhead powerlines to the giant blades of wind turbines, a buildup of ice can cause problems ranging from impaired performance all the way to catastrophic failure. But preventing that buildup usually requires energy-intensive heating systems or chemical sprays that are environmentally harmful. Now, MIT researchers have developed a completely passive, solar-powered way of combating ice buildup.
3rd September 2018

£1m customised cooling solution shipped to South Korea

£1m customised cooling solution shipped to South Korea
Thermal engineering specialist, GRE, is playing a key role in the development of South Korea’s smart energy market following the £1m export of a fully bespoke ultra-pure water cooling system to one of the country’s largest smart energy producers.
20th August 2018

The coolest way to heat up your home this winter

The coolest way to heat up your home this winter
Early last year, Breakthrough Magazine met a company that was leading a revolution in home heating solutions. Minus7 had developed a system that combined solar thermal, heat pump and energy storage technologies to capture, boost, store and distribute energy as heat. Breakthrough caught up with them at the Ecobuild 2018 show in London to find out what’s new and how their business has been heating up the market.
7th August 2018

Looking to the future of district heating and communal energy

Looking to the future of district heating and communal energy
Domestic householders are always being encouraged to switch their energy service providers, which can help to keep utility companies on their toes. However, in the world of district heating, making a change isn’t so easy. Sycous have developed the UK’s first cloudbased, remote data collection administration software for the communal energy market - which they say is finally giving their clients the upper hand in the metering and billing game.
7th August 2018


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