MSEI 2014 Edition 2

2014 – Issue 2

In depth: Water, energy and the smart city – a US...

Intelligent management of a city and the shared resources of that city is progressively becoming a reality as increased communication and data analysis is...
cyber vulnerability

In depth: Grid resilience to cyber and physical attack tested: GridEx...

Testing of the resilience of the US grid against cyber and physical attacks was the purpose behind GridEx II. Key outcomes included the need...

In depth: Assessing the potential for smart grid in emerging markets

Briefly put: Smart Grid investment in emerging markets will outpace that of developed countries, yet smart grid readiness and benefits still vary from country...

System metering as an additional strategic tool for reducing commercial losses

System metering can make a significant difference not only to managing, operational losses but also to identifying non-technical losses. A 2008 World Bank draft report...

Karachi embracing smart technology

Briefly put: The introduction of smarter processes, a completely new level of engagement with stakeholders, and targeted investment has made K-Electric profitable for the...

In depth: Metering communication – Don’t bet on the wrong standards

Examines the role of current interoperability standards and calls into question whether these are truly interoperable. Examining PRIME, G3-PLC, and OSGP and determining whether...

The new energy dynamic and the increasing need for smart meters

Rising energy and infrastructure costs, plus the growth of renewables driving system balancing issues, are increasing the need, from that originally perceived, for a...

Is technology the key to the utility industry transformation?

By Sharelynn Moore, Itron Briefly put: Over 50 percent of utility executives and customers questioned in a recent survey feel utilities are operationally inefficient. They...

Powering communications with TLI batteries

Smart meter applications require some kind of power engine that enables the meter to communicate with the utility and – ultimately – the consumer....

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