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Substation Monitoring for Future Networks

Substation Monitoring for Future Networks

Substations perform a fundamental role in modern power grids. The optimal voltage for long-distance transmission is much higher than the voltage used for distribution to end customers, and substations convert electric power between these voltage levels. However, substations themselves also consume large amounts of energy: even the […]

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Using IT to Enable Smart Grids in Rural Applications

Using IT to Enable Smart Grids in Rural Applications

Renewable energy sources such as biomass, wind and solar power can be very valuable in rural settings, granting local communities energy independence while helping them reduce their carbon footprint. However, the adoption of these sources is often compromised by power grid conditions; infrastructure upgrades can be very […]

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From the Grid to SmartGrids to the Grid of Things

From the Grid to SmartGrids to the Grid of Things

Solar Panels, Energy Storage and Smart Data Solar photovoltaic systems have found global success as a residential energy generation solution. However, there is still one key challenge to overcome: their energy output is tied to a resource that is only available half the time, and full output […]

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Monitoring Power Losses at Scottish Power Energy Networks Substations

Monitoring Power Losses at Scottish Power Energy Networks Substations

Power grids provide the fastest and most cost-effective way to deliver energy from generation facilities to the point of consumption. However, transmission and distribution networks involve losses like any physical system, and the amount of energy injected to the grid will always exceed the amount of energy […]

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Why Energy Monitoring is Key in microGrids

Why Energy Monitoring is Key in microGrids

A microgrid can be defined in simple terms as a miniature power grid with its own energy resources, often interconnected with a utility-scale power grid, but capable of disconnection and independent operation. Organisations that deploy microgrids can become self-sufficient in terms of energy needs, using the utility […]

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Street Lighting: A Promising Platform for Smart City Systems

Street Lighting: A Promising Platform for Smart City Systems

One of the main challenges associated with smart city systems is the installation of thousands of data points throughout cities. Each one of them must be able to gather information on traffic, energy consumption and other key variables, while being capable of bidirectional communication with a control […]

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RealValue: Reducing Energy Expenses with Smart Data

RealValue: Reducing Energy Expenses with Smart Data

Funded by Horizon 2020, RealValue is a project that integrates electric heating, hot water storage and smart data technologies, with the goal of reducing heating costs and providing savings for both energy consumers and utility companies. In addition, RealValue is a concept that can improve power grid […]

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Industrial Internet of Things: Making Businesses Smarter

Industrial Internet of Things: Making Businesses Smarter

In simple terms, the Internet of Things (IoT) aims to bring connectivity to all appliances used by modern society, improving their existing capabilities while creating new possibilities. The media has given ample coverage to IoT possibilities in residential settings, but there is also a significant opportunity in […]

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How Applications Enhance Energy Consumption Visibility and Control

How Applications Enhance Energy Consumption Visibility and Control

Energy is one of the fundamental pillars of human society, but the physical principles that govern its generation, distribution and consumption are not common knowledge. Any energy management solution for the mainstream market must be able to gather information and process it into a form that can […]

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Improving UK Market Conditions for Energy Storage

Improving UK Market Conditions for Energy Storage

Energy storage will become more valuable for the UK power grid year by year, since it will allow operators to face two key challenges: balancing the supply variability that comes from a larger share of solar and wind farms, as well as the increase in peak demand […]

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Derwent Hydroelectric Power Ltd.

Derwent Hydro began in 1988 with a passion for water power. We run our own hydropower schemes and have been involved in around 30 more as installers and/or consultants.

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