All eyes are on Katowice in Poland ahead of COP24, due to start on December 2. Climate change, never far away from the headlines, is expected to become one of the major focuses of the news agenda in coming days.
Grid operators in Singapore and the United States have joined the growing number of companies around the world that are experimenting with blockchain. They hope the technology can radically simplify renewable energy trading.
The electricity utility industry is facing disruption. The worldwide trends causing the disruption – decarbonization, decentralization, deregulation, democratization and digitalization – are expected to continue.
The transmission and distribution of electricity has to gear up to meet new challenges: a soaring world population and increasing pollution mean electricity will have to be delivered to more people and more efficiently as well.
COP22 brings a focus on the vital importance that increased energy efficiency holds for climate change mitigation. The IEC is working behind the scenes helping to increase energy efficiency and reduce the amount of energy that is lost in everyday consumption. Energy efficient applianc
The Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, Korea, aims to lead global low carbon green growth. By 2030, the island is planning to put in place a carbon-free infrastructure comprising a Smart Grid, broad electric vehicle (EV) network, renewable energy generation and more. The IEC (Inter
World Smart City community ¦ 18 January: a new online community that will gather all relevant city stakeholders globally and engage them in value-add discussions and high-level networking has been launched. The platform is tailored to city planners, architects, consultants, utilities