Newsletter 2017


Microsoft, GE sign agreement on new wind project in Ireland

On Monday, Microsoft Corp. announced a new wind energy agreement in Ireland. With the agreement, Microsoft will become one of the first multinational technology companies to support a new wind project in Ireland. Microsoft is entering into a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with GE to purchase 100 percent of […]


Security of electricity supply in Europe: Midterm Adequacy Forecast

ENTSO-E has released the new edition of its Midterm Adequacy Forecast: a state-of-the-art pan-European mathematical analysis of security of electricity supply up to 2020 and 2025. The document answers key questions about the resource adequacy in relation to the impact of climate on our power system, the security of supply […]


Conclusions from the 8th Korea Smart Grid Week

Korea Smart Grid Association held the “8th Korea Smart Grid Week” and “Korea Smart Grid Expo (Energy Plus)” on September 27th(Wed.) – 29th(Fri.), 2107 at COEX in Seoul. Sharing global Smart Grid trends, the event attracted as many as 524 companies from 27 countries and 21,436 visitors and participants. In […]


The Global Smart Grid Federation @ European Utility Week

At the beginning of October GSGF was present at the European Utility Week in Amsterdam. The event serves as an annual meeting point for the smart utility community, ranging from utilities, network operators, vendors, consultants, startups and system integrators covering the entire smart energy value chain. It was attended by […]


ISGAN public workshop ‘Building the flexible power systems’

September 12th a public workshop of the International Smart Grid Action Network (ISGAN) took place on the premises of the Thor Science Park in Genk, Belgium. The workshop titled ‘Building the flexible power systems. From analog to digital, from lorry to EV, from customers to prosumers’ was co-hosted by the […]