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Will Smartgrid solve India’s problems?

Meeting the constantly increasing energy needs of the country and supplying 24x7 reliable powers to all citizens is a major challenge in India. With rapid growth and increasingly rising energy needs of the domestic and commercial sectors, India is working on several futuristic fronts to find credible solutions to meet its energy needs. Smart Grids are one of the several aspects of the solution. Power utilit ...

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SEA fastest growing Smart Grid Market

Southeast Asia (SEA) is estimated to be the fastest growing smart grid market in APAC region, says a new report from Frost & Sullivan. South Korea and Japan will continue to be the hot spots for smart grid project deployment in North Asia during the forecast period, the report synopsis said. Investments in smart grid test-bed in Thailand, home energy management systems (HEMS) installations in Singapore, and ...

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Top APAC Smart innovations

A project promoting low carbon tourism and intelligent transportation services in Taipei and an innovative campaign to encourage people not to drive cars one day per week in Seoul were among the smart energy innovations that gained the nod of energy officials from 21 APEC member countries in 2015. Energy smart technologies and approaches in Asia-Pacific were evaluated as part of a best practices competition ...

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Asian Smart grid to grow!

The number of smart grid deployments will be determined by the scale of technology advancements and supportive government policies KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Dec. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- With utilities in Asia-Pacific increasingly seeking new ways to deal with the escalating demand for electricity, smart grid deployment has moved into the spotlight. The smart grid market has already had a jump start with the ...

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Improved connectivity for Smart in Asia

The Wi-SUN Alliance has announced its support of added wireless frequency bands in Southeast Asia, which will improve data rates, performance, robustness and security for smart grid, smart city and IoT deployments across the region. The Wi-SUN Alliance is a global organisation consisting of an ecosystem of companies seeking the the advancement of connectivity for the Internet of Things. Improved connectivit ...

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LSIS Plans for SE Asia Microgrid Market

In East Asia, Korea's electrical component manufacturer LSIS plans to break into the Southeast Asia microgrid market. LSIS told The Korea Times that Indonesia in particular will become a key player in the Southeast Asia microgrid market drawing large-scale investment in the electrical grid sector. Kim Won-il, vice president of LSIS's convergence business group, said: "We are seeking to expand our presence i ...

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Fuel cells can alleviate power demand

As utilities operators look to a future with greater power generation coming from renewable resources, they face a challenge described in what’s known as the “duck curve,” a graph showing how electricity supply and demand change sharply throughout a one-day period. The graph was created by California Independent System Operator, which runs power markets and long-distance transmission lines for most of the s ...

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Modi wants 100 smart cities for India

Last week’s inaugural Smart Cities India 2015 Expo drew elected officials, business leaders and foreign dignitaries to three days of discussion and demonstrations of urban applications for information and communications technology (ICT). Aligned with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 100 Smart Cities project, the conference and tradeshow invited attendees to share expertise on sustainable infrastructure, servi ...

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Australian utilities IT investment to grow

The Australian Utility sector ICT spending growth will remain moderate at 2.0% five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to 2018. IT investments by utilities companies remain focused on delivering cost savings and efficiency gains, but change is in the wind. Utility sector business priorities highlight the increasing importance of customer related initiatives. These changes are also reflected in the role ...

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Emerson launch ‘Energy Advisor’

Emerson Process Management has launched Energy Advisor, a real-time energy management information system that automates the process of monitoring and managing energy consumption across mills, plants, and refineries. With real-time, meaningful information about a site's energy performance, process manufacturers can identify inefficiencies and irregularities and take corrective action, saving on average 5 to ...

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