Archives January 2016

SEAI Energy Show 2016

Last update on Jan. 27, 2016.

Energy Show 2016 will take place on the 6th and 7th of April in the RDS.

Last year's show saw the exhibition grow by 20% and visitors up 10% on last year to 3,800. We hosted over 170 exhibitors along with multiple networking events, an extensive electric vehicle showcase, live retrofit demonstrations, an international markets pavilion and a wide range of workshops

Energy Show Brochure available HERE

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) published its achievements statement for 2015 which shows how €47 million government support through the Better Energy programme secured €113 million of building energy ...

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MOU SIGNING CEREMONY BETWEEN KSGA AND SGI

Last update on Jan. 27, 2016.

MOU between Smart Grid Ireland

MOU SIGNING CEREMONY BETWEEN KSGA AND SGI

during the 6th Smart Grid Week at Coex 3rd Fl. Conference room(South) 318, 159, Samseong-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea

Document can be viewed in full HERE

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ISGAN Award of Excellence Competition for 2016

Last update on Jan. 25, 2016.

SGI is pleased to announce that in partnership with the GSGF, the

third ISGAN Award of Excellence Competition for 2016 has been launched.

This year's theme for the competition is "Smart Grids for Reliable

Electricity Service".

More details of the announcement can be downloaded HERE

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AI AND SMART CITIES With Paul Budde

Last update on Jan. 25, 2016.

AI AND SMART CITIES With Paul Budde

AI AND SMART CITIES

I have written quite a bit about artificial intelligence (AI) over the
last 20 years - and perhaps even earlier than that. (Searches in our
blog go back to 1999)

This in itself is an indication that things aren't moving all that
quickly. But looking back - in particular at the capabilities of smart
phones and their apps - I can see that progress has been made. Certainly
not through big bang events, but slowly and steadily nevertheless. And
this is how progress should be made around artificial intelligence
because it will absolutely transform human society and we ...

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A Roadmap for the New Power Generation

Last update on Jan. 27, 2016.

 A Roadmap for the New Power Generation

Geneva, Switzerland, 19 January 2016 – Industry estimates show that non-OECD countries will have to double their investments in electricity by 2040 to keep pace with demand. A new report from the World Economic Forum, released today, offers solutions to improve investment attractiveness of the power sector that would help to bridge this critical investment gap, as the countries face increased competition for capital necessary to invest in power infrastructure.
According to International Energy Agency (IEA), meeting the electricity demands of consumers and businesses in non-OECD countries will require $13 trillion investments by 2040 – outspending OECD markets by a factor of ...

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Ireland’s Transition to a Low Carbon Energy Future 2015-2030

Last update on Jan. 13, 2016.

Document now available for viewing HERE

White Paper - Ireland’s Transition to a Low Carbon Energy Future

The White Paper 'Ireland's Transition to a Low Carbon Energy Future 2015-2030' is a complete energy policy update. In it, we have set out a framework to guide policy and the actions that Government intends to take in the energy sector from now up to 2030.

The paper takes into account European and International climate change objectives and agreements, as well as Irish social, economic and employment priorities. As we progress towards a low carbon energy system, this policy update will ensure ...

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