smart grid

Hydro One Selects IBM Telvent For Smart Grid Project

  • Posted on: 27 March 2012
  • By: chw staff

IBM and its Business Partner Telvent announced that they have been selected by Hydro One, the largest distributor of electricity in Ontario (Canada), for a new smart grid project that will help transform the province's electrical system. Together, the companies will run simulations and tests to determine the smart grid technologies that have the potential to improve power efficiency and reliability.

Echelon and Holley Metering to Develop and Sell Smart Grid Solutions in China

  • Posted on: 27 March 2012
  • By: chw staff

Echelon Corporation and Holley Metering Limited, a leading smart metering vendor in China have announced an agreement under which both companies will form a new joint venture company in China, Zhejiang Echelon-Holley Technology. ("Echelon-Holley"), to focus on the development and sales of advanced smart metering products for China. Echelon-Holley is committed to act in the best interests of the two companies' respective customers and agents.

Digital Switchover is Almost Finished - Next Smart Meter

  • Posted on: 25 March 2012
  • By: Patrick Oliphant

gridFor many countries in the develop world transition from analogue to digital broadcasting is either finish or in its final stages. While employees in one government department are praising the successes of switching over to digital broadcasting others are just rolling up their sleeves to start working on the smart meter switchover.  Like the broadcasting switchover the smart meter switchover will be digital except smart meter will be a more connected solution (end-to-end) involving the government, utility providers and us the consumer.

City of Burlington Selected Siemens eMeter Solutions

  • Posted on: 21 March 2012
  • By: chw staff

Burlington Electric Department (BED), a municipal department of the City of Burlington Vt., has selected Siemens for the sale and implementation of the eMeter EnergyIP meter data management (MDM) platform. BED and several other Vermont utilities worked together with the state of Vermont to secure Smart Grid Investment Grant funding through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

GE Offers Brillion Connected Home Solutions

  • Posted on: 12 March 2012
  • By: Patrick Oliphant

GE LogoWith an already establish line of smart grid aware home appliances GE has launch a new set of energy management solutions.  Based on the Brillion range of products, the new “Whole-Home Sensor”, “Smart Plug Control” and “Brillion Programmable Thermostat” will assist homes in monitoring and managing their energy use.  The different devices will work with GE’s Nucleus energy manager to give near real time energy information.

ThingWorx Joins Carnegie Mellon and IBM in Pennsylvania Smart Infrastructure Project

  • Posted on: 23 February 2012
  • By: chw staff

ThingWorx, the provider of the first application platform for the connected world is partnering with Carnegie Mellon’s Pennsylvania Smart Infrastructure Incubator (PSII). The ThingWorx platform will be used to gather and manage real-time information communicated by sensors and other connected devices tied to physical infrastructure.

Linyang Selected Cinterion For Smart Meters and Power Management Solutions

  • Posted on: 15 February 2012
  • By: chw staff

Cinterion has announced that Chinese base Linyang Electronics is integrating Cinterion's tiny BGS2 in their smart metering products and power utilization management terminals. Cinterion's module provides secure wireless data communications for a range of Linyang products and services including load monitoring and control. These services help power companies and consumers conserve energy, automatic meter reading to simplify reporting and billing procedures, smart grid equipment monitoring and anti-theft and alarm applications to protect assets in the field.

South Korea and Gale Build Connected City, Songdo

  • Posted on: 5 February 2012
  • By: Patrick Oliphant

In partnership with private developers Gale International, South Korea is nearing the end of an ambitious $35 Billion project. They have set themselves the task of building a city from scratch with all the essential infrastructure homes, School, offices, hospitals and shopping centres and hotels.  Unlike any of the other Korean cities, ‘Songdo’ will be smart, connected and almost self sufficient.

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