• May 29, 2024

    Enlit Africa 2024 Recap:
    What Everyone's Talking About

    Capetown 2024

    The recent Enlit Africa Conference and Exhibition in Cape Town was buzzing with energy experts and industry leaders chatting about the big issues in the sector.

  • May 14, 2024

    The New Gold Rush:
    Solar Energy's Claim on European Agricultural Lands

    In a world where resources are the ultimate prize, every decision is a battle for the future

    The budding shift towards renewable energy is reshaping landscapes far and wide, particularly in the verdant expanses of Europe's agricultural heartlands.

  • May 13, 2024

    Powering Down:
    The Uncertain Future of Wind Energy Without Subsidies

    Under the Pale Moonlight The Silent Witnesses of Renewable Energy's Complex Legacy

    The wind energy industry has experienced explosive growth over the past decades, firmly establishing itself as a mainstream source of renewable energy across the globe.

  • May 9, 2024

    Can Traditional Maximum Demand Keep Up in a Smart Meter World?

    Is Maximum Demand Measurement Still Up to Date?

    Many power companies still use old-fashioned maximum demand rate plans based only on your monthly peak usage.

  • May 8, 2024

    Economic Impact or Environmental Imperative?
    The 'Fit for 55' Dilemma

    Balancing Economic Growth with Environmental Stewardship in the 'Fit for 55' Debate

    The European Union's 'Fit for 55' plan has a tough challenge ahead. By 2030, it aims to reduce greenhouse gases by at least 55%.

  • May 7, 2024

    Improving Power Efficiency:
    It's All About the Power Factor

    Meet the RS350 Your go to tool for precise onsite installation tests. Engineered for accuracy and reliability, it's the professional's choice for ensuring optimal performance in the field

    Optimizing power factor is not just a technical necessity; it's a strategic advantage that saves energy and reduces costs. By addressing this key aspect of electrical efficiency, we contribute to building a smarter, more resilient grid.

  • May 6, 2024

    Investing in Change:
    Can Europe's €800 Billion Grid Upgrade Put It Back on Track?

    More Than Just a Scoop Unveiling the True Cost of Energy Transition

    According to a detailed analysis by the European Transmission and Distribution Operators (ERT), an investment of approximately €800 billion is deemed necessary by 2030 to upgrade Europe's electrical grids.

  • April 29, 2024

    The Double-Edged Sword:
    AI and Job Evolution in the Energy Industry

    The Future of Energy Management Harnessing AI to Power Tomorrow's World

    As we approach Labour Day 2024, a timely moment for reflection, the energy sector stands at a major juncture shaped by emerging technologies and evolving priorities.

  • April 26, 2024

    The Future is Local:
    Exploring the Idea of Energy Democracy

    Uniting for a Sustainable Future Local Communities Lead the Charge in Renewable Energy Initiatives

    'Energy democracy' is an exciting idea gaining interest worldwide. It's about communities controlling their own energy – how it's made, shared and used.

  • April 25, 2024

    Enhancing Grid Resilience:
    Energy Storage Systems in Transmission Infrastructures

    Enhancing Grid Resilience Energy Storage Systems in Transmission Infrastructures

    The electric grid is a complex interconnected network responsible for delivering electricity from power plants to end-use customers.

  • April 24, 2024

    Major Update in Machinery Directive:
    Transitioning to Digital User Instructions

    Modernizing Machinery Instructions for Enhanced Operational Efficiency

    Big news for manufacturers and distributors of electrical machinery and smart devices in Europe! The Machinery Directive has been updated, aligning with the new machinery regulation by allowing digital user instructions.

  • April 23, 2024

    Deluge in Dubai:
    Lessons for Utilities from the Downpour

    A Look at Urban Infrastructure Under Siege by Rainfall

    In an unusual turn of events, Dubai recently experienced severe rainfall, testing the robustness of its power infrastructure against the forces of nature.