Rethinking urban energy: How Europe is leading the way

By |februar 6th, 2018|blockchain, energy distribution, Internet of Things, News, Smart cities, smart homes, Smart meters|

To achieve ambitious climate goals in line with the Paris Agreement, cities will need to implement major changes to their energy systems by 2030. The good news is that the transformation in the energy sector is making such ambitious programmes much mor...

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ENTSO-E chief: Power grids have to remain ‘neutral’ from commercial activity

By |december 4th, 2017|distributed generation, Electricity Market Directive, energy distribution, News, power grids, power transmision|

As private energy companies increasingly get involved in local electricity distribution networks, European regulators will have to do their job and ensure that grid operators are properly isolated from commercial activity, argues Laurent Schmitt.

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Power to the people: Why the Energy Union must be close to citizens

By |september 29th, 2017|energy distribution, Energy Union, News, Single Electricity Market, Smart grids|

The necessary ambition of a common energy policy must be backed up by tangible projects that can be readily understood by all European citizens, writes Michel Derdevet.

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Could a blockchain-based electricity network change the energy market?

By |julij 13th, 2017|blockchain, data protection, Electricity Market Directive, energy distribution, GDPR, News, power grids|

Blockchain-enabled energy trading could help lower carbon emissions but efficiency and privacy issues must first be overcome, EURACTIV's media partner The Guardian reports.

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