Smart Solutions for Grids by Phoenix Contact
The future of sustainable energy supply lies in intelligent power grids, or smart grids, as they are known. Their comprehensive connectivity is both the essence of and at the same time a challenge for modern energy management: energy generators, control rooms, and loads must process ever more real-time data digitally.
The Power Enabler
Established in 1985 as a small enterprise in collaboration with a German company, Salzer Electronics today is a dynamic chain of four factories.
Step in the right direction
While Green Energy Corridor may enhance transmission grid to a greater extent, the evacuation issues faced by the renewable energy segment may not get fully resolved in the near future.
Virtual power plant project starts in Toyota
Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc., Denso Corporation, Toyota Motor Corporation and Toyota Turbine and Systems Inc., together with Toyota City, have launched a "virtual power plant" demonstration project, which aims to achieve the local production and consumption of renewable energy. The project outlines the construction of a virtual power plant that will regulate electric power demand according to the supply of electric power generated from renewable energy in Toyota city and that will enable multi
Siemens and Bentley to jointly offer solutions
Building on the strategic alliance between Siemens and Bentley Systems that was made public in November 2016, Siemens' Energy Management Division and Bentley Systems have announced an agreement to jointly develop solutions to accelerate digitalisation of planning, design, and operations for power utilities and industrial power customers.
Emerson launches industrial IoT offerings in India
Leveraging decades of digital automation expertise, Emerson has launched its ´Operational Certainty´ program in India to help industrial companies achieve top performance in safety, reliability, production and energy management. Operational Certainty is a technology and engineering-based program designed to help industrial companies achieve top performance and recover more than $1 trillion in operational losses globally.