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Counting the microns

Envirotec Magazine

The report is said to be based upon a worldwide monitoring network of more than 30,000 stations. The report also said 7% of cities in Europe met the WHO PM2.5 levels but remains the most polluted country in Europe, with an annual average concentration of 27.5 µg/m³), other regions in Oceania (12.6 levels in 2023.

Asia 147
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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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The widespread impact of ransomware in the Asia Pacific

Smart Energy International

The study comprises responses of 1,100 full-time IT and OT security professionals in the United States, Europe, and Asia Pacific. Cybersecurity guidance for distributed energy resources Ransomware – how secure are your protection relays? NYPA enhances cybersecurity of New York energy value chain. Have you read?

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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. While poor CX is a global utility phenomenon, it has deeper ramifications in those regions where the energy market has been liberalised, including Europe. out of 5 respectively.