Smart Buildings

Germany taking Distributed Power Seriously

May 8th, 2013
Smart Cities

Value of Smart Grid M&A Deals Grew from $10.6 billion in 2011 to $19.5 billion in 2012

April 10th, 2013
Smart Cities

Smart Grid may have to Pay for its Limited Horizons

Memoori’s new report The Smart Grid Business in 2011 to 2016 shows that the step by step approach to developing the Smart Grid applied in the last 5 years is flawed. What would Leonardo Da Vinci Have Done? When Leonardo Da Vinci was obliged to finish off his first version of “Virgin of the Rocks” […]

Smart Cities

Where Should We Start When Developing A Smart Grid

Where ever we are going we start from where we are now and that point in the Smart Grid industry is very different across the world. Surprisingly, no where more than in the world’s developed countries. In Northern Europe the electrical transmission network is robust and reliable, as much of it, for some years has […]

Smart Cities

Is the Long Honeymoon Over for Smart Grid

For the last few years the media have been positively ecstatic about the glittering future of Smart Grid but the last two months have seen doubters pontificating about the problems ahead and in particular the real danger of a serious hold up in the US market. The problems hinge around the political and commercial aspects, […]

Smart Cities

How is the Smart Grid Business Performing – What Shape is it in Now

Before we answer the question let’s paint some of the background to the smart grid business. Last month we posed the question “Will Smart Grid outperform its Clean Tech Cousins?”. We concluded that for a number of reasons smart grid offers a less risky investment to both financers and players, and that there was a […]

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