Unified cloud-based tech will become key to distributed energy resource integration
- Jan 25, 2019 12:13 pm GMT
This item is part of the Special Issue - 2019-01 - Predictions & Trends, click here for more
As we head into a brand-new year, with January practically behind us, we look to what lies ahead in the coming months, perhaps even some in a full-fledged panic, as 2020 climate and energy targets draw closer and closer.
2019 will be a crucial year to take stock of what has been achieved, but more importantly, address what has not been accomplished toward cutting greenhouse gas emissions, decreasing the use of fossil-fueled power, increasing the uptake of renewable power sources and improving energy efficiency.
Much has been written about the trends, technologies and policies along with other variables that will shape and influence the energy sector this year, with considerable emphasis being placed on blockchain technology, Internet of Things (IoT), electric mobility, energy storage and how to manage potential security risks as infrastructure becomes increasingly digitised.
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