Electronics giant Siemens has launched a new platform that will allow distribution grid customers to deploy more apps without the need for spend on extra hardware.
A smart paint developed at University of Liverpool could be used to increase the energy efficiency of old houses by collecting heat produced by radiators or people, then releasing it at night.
Smart, connected homes can help reduce pressure on electricity grids during peak demand, as well as reduce carbon emissions and electricity bills, say researchers from UK’s Loughborough University.
Telecommunications giant Vodafone is teaming up with energy blockchain platform company Energy Web to combine a blockchain with IoT connectivity to secure communication between distributed energy resources.
While the mobile industry is not the largest contributor of carbon emissions compared to other sectors, it can be an important
part of the solution, a recent report writes.
Net zero energy buildings, which produce the energy they need on site from renewable sources, increasingly are the default choice. How can we speed the transition to zero carbon emissions?
New research shows flexible solar cells made with perovskites could harvest enough energy from indoor light to power small IoT devices.