Smart Grid News and Analysis

IoT World Forum 2016
IoT World Forum 2016

GE Digital Energy

In today’s volatile economic climate, utilities can’t afford costly errors from incorrect billing. Despite this, a traditional 600-volt current transformer—which measures energy usage by …

When it comes to the modern grid, timing is everything. Without accurate and reliable time synchronization, grid-connected devices such as automatic-control and system-protection equipment …

Utilities increasingly face pressure to provide reliable communications for critical services. There is a need to maintain low latency end-to-end propagation delays, a need …

GE’s Digital Energy business unveiled its Grid Explorer™ 2.0 platform, an interactive and advanced suite of digital visualization tools

GE’s Digital Energy business, in collaboration with Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) and UL, has announced that its residential smart meters have achieved UL voluntary safety …

GE’s Digital Energy business today announced it will provide series compensation capabilities to three of SP Power Systems Limited’s (Scottish Power) facilities in southern …

Helping customers meet their specific power distribution needs and build a more resilient grid, GE’s Digital Energy business has upgraded its medium-power transformer offering …

With the global population growing and reliance on technology continuing to expand at a rapid pace, world electricity demand is projected to increase by …

Manufacturing growth in Brazil, coupled with fluctuating temperatures, have contributed to a surge of electricity consumption and demand. As a result, transmission line and …

GE today announced that, with PowerStream Inc., a leading energy portfolio company, they have launched their first joint microgrid demonstration project, located at PowerStream’s …