Smart Grid

Siemens Swinburne Energy Transition Hub to launch in Australia

Siemens and Swinburne University in Australia have partnered to set up a future energy grid laboratory to develop and test clean energy technologies.


Flexibility markets a grid fix

Monetising flexibility as a fix for grid congestion

Flexibility markets have been identified by experts as a key tool in managing grid congestion and ensuring the stability of European grids.
Landis+Gyr grid edge EV charging line

Enlit Europe: Landis+Gyr to launch smart water meter and grid edge EV chargers

Electronics company Landis+Gyr has announced launch of its latest ultrasonic smart water meters and a grid-responsive EV charging line.
Rolls-Royce energy storage systems

Rolls-Royce to supply 30MW battery solution to balance Dutch grid

A large-scale battery storage system from Rolls-Royce is the latest to help the Dutch grid manage its overflow of renewable connections.
Robert Denda, CEO, Gridspertise

A smart grid journey with Robert Denda, Gridspertise

In an exclusive conversation with Robert Denda, CEO of Gridspertise, he explains how digital grid solutions are supporting DSOs worldwide.
Canada’s ocean energy smart grid project reaches milestone testing

Marine energy smart grid pilot enters next test phase

A smart grid controller to integrate ocean and other energy resources and regulate their distribution goes into full-scale testing.
Microgrid testing lab

Cummins microgrid lab enables asset testing within diverse configurations

A new laboratory has been opened for the testing and configuration of assets within a variety of microgrid configurations.