Research and Markets: Global Smart Grid Cyber Security Market, 2016 with BAE Systems, IBM, IOActive, Lockheed Martin, Siemens, Verisign & ViaSat Dominating
...Research and Markets: Global Smart Grid Cyber Security Market, 2016 with BAE Systems, IBM, IOActive, Lockheed Martin, Siemens, Verisign & ViaSat Dominating TMCNet: Research and Markets ...
Utility Florida Power & Light Co. (FPL) is moving forward with its accelerated storm-strengthening program, which the Florida Public Service Commission approved on Nov. 14. [...]
Smart grid solutions provider Survalent Technology has commissioned an advanced distribution management system for Mayfield, Ky.-based utility West Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative Corp. Survalent says [...]
Global Smart Grid Cyber Security Market, 2016 with BAE Systems, IBM, IOActive, Lockheed Martin, Siemens, Verisign & ViaSat Dominating
...Global Smart Grid Cyber Security Market, 2016 with BAE Systems, IBM, IOActive, Lockheed Martin, Siemens, Verisign & ViaSat Dominating TMCNet: Global Smart Grid ...
...activities, there is sufficient manufacturing and integration capacity to meet expected demand levels for almost all core components of the smart grid investment grant program identified by the U.S. Department of Energy as well as additional grid modernization components studied ...
Big data analytics and forecasting software will become the cornerstone of business for utilities and bring significant growth opportunities for information and communication technology (ICT) [...]
Duke Energy Renewables has started construction on three utility-scale solar power projects totaling 30 megawatts (MW) in Eastern North Carolina: one 20-MW Dogwood Solar Power and two 5-MW project. SunEnergy1, a solar design, engineering and construction company based in Mooresville, N.C., is building the photovoltaic (PV) projects, which are projected to be complete by the end of 2013.
British Gas is conducting the UK’s largest electric vehicle (EV) trial employing 28 Nissan e-NV200 vans to determine the viability having an all EV fleet, comprised of 13,000 vans. Hitachi Capital Commercial Vehicle Solutions and Gateshead College will also participate in the pilot, which will go from November to April 2014. The pilot is designed to see how the vans perform in winter conditions.
The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) has granted Greater Gabbard off shore transmission owner (OFTO) license to own and operate the transmission link to the Greater Gabbard wind farm. The facility has 140 wind turbines generating 500 MW, enough electricity to power more than half a million homes.
One of the world’s most advanced wind energy testing facilities has opened South Carolina as part of Clemson University’s Restoration Institute. The facility is designed to test and validate new turbines, particularly for offshore wind, enabling engineers to simulate 20 years’ worth of wear and tear on drive trains in just a few months. The facility is located at a former Navy warehouse with easy access to the water, enabling domestic and international companies to test larger offshore wind turbines.
Carol M. Browner, former director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy and former administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, has joined Opower’s advisory board, which also includes John Rowe, former chief executive officer of Exelon; Dick Kelly, former CEO of Xcel Energy; and Tom Brady, former Chairman of Baltimore Gas and Electric.
Duke Energy Carolinas has filed a new experimental renewable energy program with the N.C. Utilities Commission (NCUC). The Green Source Rider is designed to give energy-intensive customers, such as manufacturers, data centers, college campuses, and retailers the option of offsetting some or all of their energy consumption with renewable energy.
The Navy Yard in Philadelphia has opened a new facility designed to explore smart energy solutions. The GridSTAR Smart Grid Experience Center, one of several energy initiatives launched by Penn State at the Yard, features examples of energy technologies that can be implemented for building homes, commercial buildings, and campuses that are more power efficient.
Steve Minnihan of Lux Research writes that the absence of a safety track record for lithium-ion batteries has been the only thing standing in the way of the technology’s broader adoption. He explains an innovation that just might solve that problem.
It’s the holiday season, but that doesn’t seem to have slowed the pace in the smart grid sector. Take a look at this week’s smart grid wins, a collection that includes storage, metering and transmission projects, a microgrid demo and a gift from IBM to Nova Scotia schools.
A survey of more than 200 global power and utility executives found 67% believe the economy is improving – a 20% increase over six months ago. That's according to a new confidence barometer from Ernst & Young. Click for more survey results, including what execs say their top priority is going forward.