A more resilient and reliable energy network will be crucial to support the UK’s digital infrastructure as smart cities become more prevalent, a new report has argued.
Centrica has blamed “weak” performance in 2017 and cuts to as many as 4,000 jobs on political and regulatory pressure, but backed its emerging strategy to succeed in the long-term.
SMA Solar Technology, the German inverter manufacturer, is targeting the worldwide digital energy market through the launch of a new subsidiary.
Good Energy has moved to add to its digital expertise by appointing current Moneysupermarket.com chief information officer Timothy Jones to its board.
Digitalisation in solar and across the wider European energy market could create “vast” market opportunities and entirely new business models, a new report has found.
Digitalisation looks set to bring about fundamental change in the energy sector, saving hundreds of billions of US dollars by easing network constraints and removing the need for new infrastructure.
Good Energy has offered further glimpses of its newly digitalised and personalised consumer offering, incorporating new devices and more customer control.
Germany’s E.On has said it plans to invest significantly to expand its position in the “new energy world”, taking the company into its “next phase” of development.
Energy systems and networks have recently been the subject of various cyber threats, according to numerous reports in the British media.
European solar trade association SolarPower Europe has launched a series of commitments on digitalisation, a process which it said would aid Europe’s transition to a more digitalised energy system.
E.ON has formed a partnership with online giant Google to help it conquer the European solar market.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is here, and it’s here to stay. With the growing trend towards smart appliances, consumers are using online solutions to manage almost every aspect of their lives. William Howard, senior product manager at GE Power Digital, explains why the power sector must make sure to keep up.
German energy giant E.On has set its sights on being one of the “pacesetters” of the digitalisation of the energy market as it looks to evolve following the spinoff of its nuclear business.