In 2020 the European citizen needs to “move on in a transitional energy sense, because we need deeper change” in the sector.
Norwegian households will soon for the first time have access to a heating and hot water control solution that embraces the Internet of Energy for the smart home. It comes as the result of a partnership between Norwegian energy provider Istad Kraft and UK smart energy solutions firm geo.
With rapidly falling costs of solar, wind and batteries, it goes without saying that the energy market is changing faster than ever before.
The decarbonization of the energy sector was once a distant aspiration. However, recent developments in the power industry have set us on course towards decarbonization before the mid-century, and this aspiration is now considered a reasonable (albeit ambitious) goal.
In Denmark, telecommunications firm Teracom in partnership with IoT infrastructure firm Loriot have completed the rollout of a nationwide IoT LoRaWAN network.
All Italian embassy sites in the UK are to be supplied with 100 per cent renewable energy from Green Network Energy UK.
Energy firm SSE has scrapped plans to merge with fellow UK utility npower.
How does one describe the pace of change within the electric power generation mix now from three short decades ago?
The UK government’s smart meter programme has been derailed by rising costs and slipped timescales, according to a damning report by the National Audit Office.