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Hitachi Consulting participates in One Bangkok smart city initiative

Hitachi Consulting has been selected to design smart city services for One Bangkok, Thailand's largest private sector property project. One Bangkok includes the development of...



Webinar: General Data Protection Regulation and utilities – are you ready?

The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming in to effect in May 2018 and Metering & Smart Energy International invites you to...

Driving digital transformation at SnoPUD

This on-demand webinar gives insights into the market dynamics shaping the industry today, global trends and how Snohomish Public Utilities District have leveraged technology...

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Feed in tariff for small scale renewables in Nova Scotia

[img:NovaS_0.jpg| ]Halifax, Canada --- (METERING.COM) --- October 19, 2010 - Renewable electricity regulations have been introduced in Nova Scotia, including a feed-in tariff for small scale community and residential renewable installations.

The new regulations are aimed at increasing the amount of renewable electricity produced in communities across Nova Scotia and helping to stabilize electricity costs, while promoting a greener, more sustainable province for generations to come.

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