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Smart Energy Finances: Growth financing for AI-based network resilience

Smart Energy International

This week’s Smart Energy Finances looks at an investment round for Neara, an Australian company that has developed a platform that uses AI to help utilities design networks, enhance wildfire and vegetation management programmes and bring renewable projects online faster. million) for Shanghai Electric Energy Storage Technology.

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Fluence to acquire energy SaaS provider Nispersa

Smart Energy International

Zurich based Nispera is a provider of artificial intelligence and machine learning-enabled software-as-a-service (SaaS) targeting the renewable energy sector. The company’s technology is designed to help customers monitor, analyse, forecast and optimise the performance and value of renewable energy assets.

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Building the Digital Energy Retailer: Lessons From IDC’s Worldwide Utilities 2020 Predictions

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For IDC Energy Insights, this effort rests on an analyst team that stretches from Europe to Asia, Oceania and North America. With customer expectations largely formed by digital-native, customer-centric brands from outside the energy industry, it’s imperative that utilities deliver an experience that measures up.

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The widespread impact of ransomware in the Asia Pacific

Smart Energy International

Some 80% of organisations in the Asia Pacific were affected by ransomware attacks in 2021 with 51% paying the ransom, according to the Global State of Industrial Cybersecurity 2021: Resilience Amid Disruption report released by Claroty. Cybersecurity guidance for distributed energy resources Ransomware – how secure are your protection relays?

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