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CyanConnode Has Contract Extended

CyanConnode, the world leader in narrowband radio mesh networks, announces that the $5.4 million purchase order from a specialist in energy management systems for a smart metering contract in Bangladesh, South Asia, announced on 9 February 2017 has now been increased to $9.3 million. The order for CyanConnode’s Advanced Metering Infrastructure (“AMI”) solution has been increased from 150,000 units to 250,00 ...

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Singapore’s Cybersecurity Act Will Improve Utilities Security

Cybersecurity Act in Singapore set to improve security culture across Asian utilities, says Black & Veatch Singapore (9 June 2017) – Singapore’s upcoming Cybersecurity Act* is expected to heighten levels of cyber risk awareness among water, power and oil & gas utilities in Singapore and in other parts of Asia, according to a Black & Veatch security expert. “As we’ve seen across the world’s banki ...

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Indonesia’s Hybrid Plant Model Operational by March 18

A 1.2 MW hybrid plant is currently under development in a remote area of Indonesia aiming to provide 24-hours access to electricity for about 400 households in three villages. The project will be owned by the local community, offering a model for the development of solar PV in the country. By March next year, the remote Indonesian villages of Merabu, Long Beliu and Teluk Sumbang in Berau Regency of East Kal ...

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Is Distributed Generation a Threat to Utility Revenue?

According to a study done by Accenture Research, distributed generation including residential solar PVs poses an ongoing threat to utility revenue and hosting capacity. The study comprises interviews conducted by Accenture with some 100 utility executives across 20 countries. The report is Accenture's fourth edition analysing trends within the digitally enabled grid market. Distributed energy generation and ...

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Engie to advance sustainability & decarbonisation in Asia

Both agreements were signed at The Innovation Forum, Biopolis, as part of French President Hollande’s visit to Southeast Asia, covering Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia, from 26 to 29 March. Didier Holleaux, Executive Vice President of ENGIE, said: “These two agreements are part of our commitment to Singapore as an innovation and R&D hub to support the rising energy demands in Asia-Pacific in a sustai ...

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Smart Solutions for Asia Pacific are Key!

The Asia-Pacific region is at a turning point in its energy trajectory. The energy solutions that have fuelled growth in the region over the past few decades are no longer compatible with the sustainable development aspirations of our nations and their people. In transitioning to a new era of sustainable energy, policymakers across the region face complex decisions. Supplies must be secure and affordable, a ...

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Renewable energy & Bitcoin?

The problem of “too much” renewable energy on a grid can be solved with blockchain, a technology most often associated with bitcoins. Blockchain will provide a transparent way for households and businesses to trade renewables with each other. Laurent Schmitt, Smart Grid Strategy Leader for GE’s Grid Solutions business, explains how it will work. Bitcoin is one of the most revolutionary ideas to come out of ...

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Itron Smart Grid Solution Company of the Year

Itron, Inc. (NASDAQ: ITRI), a world-leading technology and services company dedicated to the resourceful use of energy and water, announced today that it has been honored as the 2016 Asia Pacific Smart Grid Solutions Company of the Year by Frost & Sullivan for its comprehensive smart grid solutions. The award was presented during Australian Utility Week and recognizes the company’s exemplary performance ...

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Kamstrup Grow in Thailand

Kamstrup is a world-leading Danish supplier of intelligent or “smart” energy and water metering solutions. The company produces intelligent metering systems that manage electrical and water consumption. It operates globally with own offices in 24 countries around the world. ScandAsia talked to Mr. Jesper Daugaard, Senior Vice President and head of Global Marketing, about Kamstrup and its engagement in Thail ...

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Will Japan be Asia’s Hydrogen Economy?

Toshiba to develop new hydrogen production system for inexpensive fuel and energy Toshiba Corporation has revealed plans to launch Japan’s largest hydrogen fuel production system, relying on new alkaline water electrolysis technology. The endeavor aims to enable the production of inexpensive, high volume production of hydrogen, thereby making it more accessible to those interested in using fuel cells to gen ...

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