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Selected highlights from the January 2020 edition of The Energy Industry Times

  • 22 days ago (2020-01-02)
  • Junior Isles
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Selected highlights from the January 2020 edition of The Energy Industry Times

Gas Watch: China feels Power of Siberia as Russian pipeline starts operation
China has started receiving Russian gas via pipeline for the first time, helping the country in its effort to reduce its reliance on coal fired power generation.

Industry Perspective: Beyond cables
At a recent media roundtable, French cable supplier and solutions provider, Nexans, outlined what it sees as the main challenges facing utilities in the changing market and the role it believes it can play in helping them meet those challenges.

Energy Outlook: Preparing for a greener future
As pressure increases to achieve net zero carbon emissions, utilities are repositioning themselves to take a bigger focus on renewables, storage and networks.

Technology: Unlocking value through digitalisation
Landis+Gyr has introduced its Gridstream Connect solution for European utilities. The IoT platform uses intelligence at the grid edge and across distribution systems to help utilities master the challenge of providing grid flexibility, resilience and security.

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