Moixa breaks 10k battery milestone in Japan

The firm claims it is now managing the world’s largest single fleet of smart batteries

Refusing smart meters ‘could soon become very expensive’ for households

Climate Change Minister Lord Duncan told the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee that people who stop a smart meter being installed could be hit by “very high” bills

Could digitalisation provide the wind sector with its biggest gust forward yet?

A new report published by DNV GL suggests it will, if only wind industries can overcome concerns around data sharing

‘More than a third of smart meter users report having problems’

New research suggests the number of people having issues totals around four million, with just over a year to go until the installation deadline

Cyberattack on internet-connected cars ‘could kill 3,000 people’

A new report warns there is a real risk of normal, modern non-autonomous cars being taken over by a hostile hacker

Igloo Energy partners up to give customers free EV charging

Working with ev.energy, the challenger supplier is offering all new customers to its single tariff a total of 1,200 free miles

Vast majority of EV drivers ‘willing to use smart charging tech’

A new study reveals most people would be happy to have their charging automatically managed to avoid times of peak grid demand if it cut their energy bills

Efficiency measures ‘could vastly reduce UK domestic consumption’

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks says along with price incentives and better consumer engagement, this could slash emissions and costs associated with energy

Automation and AI
Energy sector ‘is underestimating the value of AI and automation’

A new report from the Capgemini Research Institute suggests intelligent automation in the sector could save up to $813 billion over the next three years

Talking Energy: Hanno Schoklitsch (Kaiserwetter)

ELN Editor Sumit Bose talks to Hanno Schoklitsch (Kaiserwetter) in the latest edition of Talking Energy