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Highlights from Energy Thought Summit 2018April 03, 2018Energy and utility thought leaders come to the Energy Thought Summit (ETS) in Austin every March to share fresh stories, discuss successful technology deployments and work together to re-imagine the future of the utility industry. These were the highlights from the IHS Markit team.
Smart water meter market will surpass $2 billion globally in 2020December 12, 2017The global water meter market is forecast to radically grow in the coming decade as IoT technologies give rise to new smart meter markets in China, Southeast Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. This insight pulls the latest news from the new IHS water meters study.
Is the concept of managed services ready to revolutionize the utility technology industry?October 19, 2017Utility technology vendor Itron held its annual customer week this October in Houston, with the theme of “New Frontiers”. The IHS Markit Smart Utilities team was present at IUW, looking to understand more about managed services and how companies envision the current marketplace and future rate of adoption.
Analytics and IT Technology Continue Evolution in Utility Market: Highlights from Distributech 2017February 13, 2017The following insight from IHS Markit details key themes and takeaways from the 2017 Distributech conference, held in San Diego earlier this month.
Gallium Nitride Looks to Widen its Footprint in the Global Power Semis IndustryMarch 31, 2016At the recent American Power Electronics Conference (APEC) in Long Beach, California, the IHS Power team dove into key industry topics like the ever-increasing electrification of automobiles, expected growth from smart energy applications, and the total market slowdown that began in the second half of 2015.
IoT Shines at EUW - November 2015November 17, 2015The following Research Note reviews European Utility Week 2015 – the largest annual utility technology conference in Europe. The conference is focused on emerging technologies in all utilities-technology markets. At this year’s event there was a particular focus on IoT and how it will potentially influence potential influence on future utility technology adoption.
AWWA ACE 2015 Conference offers technology vendors clarity on the California Water Use MandateJune 18, 2015In June the American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exhibition (AWWA ACE) was held in Anaheim, California, just two months after Governor Brown mandated that California cities must reduce water use by 25 percent statewide. The prolonged drought in California is national news and the ACE conference was a superb venue for water utilities and technology vendors to come together to consider ways to work toward meeting the mandate. The IHS analyst team encountered a lot of confusion and problems that may pose a barrier to utilities companies looking to meet the mandate...
Utility Technology Market Shows Maturation at European Utility Week in AmsterdamNovember 19, 2014Existing technologies are starting to attain a large scale in Europe, while new technologies are emerging to solve core European utility problems, according to observations by the IHS analyst team at the European Utility Week (EUW) conference in Amsterdam. While markets are picking up in Europe, technology providers still face difficulties with varying standards, fluctuating regulatory requirements in each country and a customer base that is still in need of understanding best practices for new technology adoption. Moreover, acute problems with the integration of renewable energy are adding complexity to the potential solutions for utilities to invest in.
Consumer Engagement in Water is Key Takeaway at Itron Utility WeekNovember 03, 2014Water utilities are increasing their investment in new water technologies to improve the customer experience, according to observations by IHS analysts at Itron Utility Week in San Antonio, Texas. However, adoption of these technologies still has significant challenges to overcome, as water utilities have many obstacles inherently limiting the short-term market scaling of these products...
Water Shines at 2014 SXSW Eco Conference in AustinOctober 29, 2014Water resources globally are under severe stress even as water management continues to lag in technology adoption, water experts conceded at the recent SXSW Eco conference in Austin, Texas. Nonetheless, both public and private stakeholders in water continue to push for improvements and reform, opening new opportunities for technology providers to the water industry...
ARAD Wins Large Contract for Smart Water Technology in Latin AmericaJuly 24, 2014The national water utility, Obras Sanitarias del Estado (OSE), has just awarded a contract to the Israeli smart water meter supplier ARAD for 45,000 communicating positive displacement water meters...