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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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Counting the microns

Envirotec Magazine

The report is said to be based upon a worldwide monitoring network of more than 30,000 stations. have reduced in Europe and North America in this period, while levels have increased in Southern Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America and the Caribbean. µg/m³), other regions in Oceania (12.6 levels in 2023.

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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

Security leaders looking to take their programs to the next level must account for all cyber-physical systems in their risk governance practices, segmenting their IT and OT networks and assets, extending their general IT cybersecurity practices to their OT devices, and consistently monitoring for threats across all networks.”. 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. 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.