EDSO for Smart Grids (EDSO) gathers leading European distribution system operators (DSOs) for electricity, cooperating to ensure the reliability of Europe’s electricity supply for consumers and enabling their active participation in our energy system. How? By shaping smarter grids for the future. EDSO is the key interface between Europe’s DSOs and the European institutions, promoting the development and large-scale testing of smart grid models and technologies in real-life situations, new market designs.
For more information visit: www.edsoforsmartgrids.eu
ENTSO-E, the European Network of Transmission System Operators, represents 43 electricity transmission system operators (TSOs) from 36 countries across Europe. ENTSO-E was established and given legal mandates by the EU’s Third Legislative Package for the Internal Energy Market in 2009, which aims at further liberalising the gas and electricity markets in the EU.
ENTSO-E members share the objective of setting up the internal energy market and ensuring its optimal functioning, and of supporting the ambitious European energy and climate agenda. One of the important issues on today’s agenda is the integration of a high degree of Renewables in Europe’s energy system, the development of consecutive flexibility, and a much more customer centric approach than in the past.
ENTSO-E is committed to develop the most suitable responses to the challenge of a changing power system while maintaining security of supply. Innovation, a market based approach, customer focus, stakeholder focus, security of supply, flexibility, and regional cooperation are key to ENTSO-E’s agenda.
For more information visit: www.entsoe.eu
The OSGP Alliance, founded in 2006 as the Energy Services Network Association (ESNA), is an independent global, not-for-profit association that promotes the adoption of the Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP) and related services and infrastructure for smart grid applications. Members include utilities, software, hardware and service providers, and solution integrators that share a common goal and vision for promoting open standards for energy demand side management, smart grid and smart metering systems.
For more information visit: www.osgp.org/en
The Global Smart Grid Federation (GSGF) is a global stakeholder organization committed to creating smarter, cleaner electrical systems around the world. GSGF is a comprised of national smart grid organizations from ten countries. GSGF brings together the intellectual capital of smart grid stakeholder organizations from around the world to help member organizations initiate changes to their countries energy systems to enhance security, increase flexibility, reduce emissions, and to maintain affordability, reliability and accessibility to clean energy.
For more information visit: www.globalsmartgridfederation.org
India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF) is a Public Private Partnership initiative of Government of India for accelerated development of smart grid technologies in the Indian power sector. Mandate of ISGF is to advise government on policies and programs for promotion of Smart Grids in India, work with national and international agencies in standards development and to help utilities, regulators and the Industry in technology selection, training and capacity building.
ISGF work closely with government institutions such as CEA, CPRI, CERC, NSGM and NCIIPC; ministries such as MNRE, DoT, MoUD, MoHI etc and other stakeholders like state governments, electric utilities and electricity regulatory commissions. With 170+ members comprising of ministries, utilities, technology providers, academia and research, ISGF has evolve as a Think-Tank of global repute on Smart Grids and Smart Cities.
For more information visit: indiasmartgrid.org
BEAMA is the trade association for the UK Electro-technical industry, representing over 200 companies in the power, electrical and building services sectors. Our members, who range from multinationals to SMEs, manufacture the wide range of equipment required for end-to-end electrical systems. BEAMA therefore represents a wide range of manufacturers of connected homes and IOT devices, smart metering, storage, ventilation, heating and hot water technologies, as well as high to low voltage transmission and distribution system products. BEAMA works with industry to develop appropriate product standards at an international, EU and national level. We work with UK Government to develop policy and regulation, and have well established relationships with our EU trade bodies to ensure continued influence on EU policy and regulation.
For more information visit: www.beama.org.uk
ABI Research provides strategic guidance for visionaries needing market foresight on the most compelling transformative technologies, which reshape workforces, identify holes in a market, create new business models and drive new revenue streams. ABI’s own research visionaries take stances early on those technologies, publishing groundbreaking studies often years ahead of other technology advisory firms. ABI analysts deliver their conclusions and recommendations in easily and quickly absorbed formats to ensure proper context.
For more information visit: www.abiresearch.com
NRG Expert is an independent energy market research and intelligence company. The company specialises in energy market research reports, energy market databases and energy consulting as well as detailed financial analysis and market forecasts. NRG Expert provides high quality research and data which is often hard to access elsewhere. The data and analysis produced is provided to the world’s leading companies, consultancies and government bodies, giving them the data and statistics they need to make tough, cost conscious decisions about their energy infrastructure, energy projects, and energy business development strategies.
For more information visit: www.nrgexpert.com
Navigant Research is a market research and consulting team that provides in-depth analysis of global clean technology markets. The team’s research methodology combines supply-side industry analysis, end-user primary research and demand assessment, and deep examination of technology trends to provide a comprehensive view of these industry sectors.
For more information visit: www.navigantresearch.com
Digital Substation is a magazine that covers the field of intellectual subsystems of contemporary electric power stations, substations and control canters (protection and control, SCADA, wide-area measurement systems, revenue metering and etc). The magazine has been established in 2008, and today is available in online and print editions both in English (www.digitalsubstation.com/en) and Russian (www.digitalsubstation.com) languages. The Online edition is updated with news, community discussions, technical papers and overviews on a regular basis. The Print version is issued 2 times a year and includes best publications of the online version.
For more information visit: www.digitalsubstation.com/en
PAC World is a content independent magazine established in 2007 with the mission to help the electric power system protection, automation and control community understand and implement new and emerging technologies; support the application of open solutions and interoperability between multiple vendors’ devices and systems, as well as to provide a global forum for top industry experts to express in a non-commercial way their opinion in order to establish the state-of-the-art of the industry.
For more information visit: www.www.pacw.org
GeoConnexion International and GeoConnexion UK bring you the latest news and stories plus reports from geotechnology industries in UK, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, North America and Asia.
Coverage of topics such as 3D Visualisation, Remote Sensing, LiDAR, Cloud, Mobile Mapping, Navigation with emphases on healthcare, public safety, retail, the environment, utilities, surveying, LBS, transport/ logistics, telecommunications and more.
Free subscription – For more information visit: www.geoconnexion.com
Electrical Review is the longest established UK electrical journal. First published in 1872, it is by far the longest established journal serving the UK electrical engineering industry.
The magazine is aimed at electrical engineers, project managers, consultants and electrical contractors. Essentially any key personnel specifying electrical systems in buildings and industry, including manufacturing, retail, local government/health authorities, data centres, electricity supply industries and utilities and hi-tech building services.
Electrical Review remains the electrical engineer’s favourite read. With pressure on us all to use energy more efficiently. Electrical Review takes an in depth look at the technologies, legislation and application of energy efficient processes, as well as emerging forms of renewable energy. Power generation, transmission and distribution, standby power, UPS systems, Data Centres Build & Design are some of the key topics regularly featured in publication.
For more information visit: www.electricalreview.co.uk