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How Microgrids For Data Centres Increase Resilience, Optimise Costs, And Improve Sustainability

How microgrids use advanced analytics to intelligently manage energy assets is explored.


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Vestas wins largest order to date in Vietnam for three wind projects

Vestas has secured its largest order in Vietnam to date for a total of 144 MW for the three wind parks Lien Lap, Phong Huy, and Phong Nguyen in the Quảng Trị Province.


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Why Is Energy Efficiency Important?

Schneider Electric presents six ways energy efficiency translates into a better bottom line.


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How IoT Technology Can Help Semiconductor Firms Address Energy Efficiency

Monitoring solutions are essentially IoT applications that require lots of sensors. By Nadia Cheraitia, Schneider Electric.


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Keeping Shoppers Cool, Thanks To Smart Chillers

Sunway Pyramid mega mall in Malaysia overhauled its ageing cooling infrastructure in a chiller plant retrofit project helmed by Johnson Controls.


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Building managers in Southeast Asia often look to resolve the challenges of reducing the heat output and carbon footprint. To reach these goals, building managers can leverage Delta’s automated and energy-efficient HVAC solutions.


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Megatrends In Energy Create A Path To Innovative Solutions

Technology is changing the world’s energy infrastructure and operations and the Internet of Things is deeply penetrating the energy domain, driving new capabilities and ecosystems.


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Delivering Better Decisions, Faster Planning And Trading Of Energy

Digitalisation is about automating workflows and reducing the degree of assumptions in decision-making, enabling more precise executions at all levels to provide higher assurance of delivering the desired outcome.


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We have seen an evolution in the range of our products from many years ago. From DRAMs, SRAMs, and so forth, we have become more focused ...

We have seen an evolution in the range of our products from many years ago. From DRAMs, SRAMs, and so forth, we have become more focused …


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While energy consumption regulations are increasingly being imposed worldwide, organisations continue to demonstrate that energy efficiency and the associated cost savings are beneficial for business. The ISO has long recognised the need for improving energy efficiency in all types of commercial, institutional, and industrial facilities.


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With energy and industrial sectors one of the biggest pollutants, a major focus is on helping heavy-industry and heavy-duty transport sectors achieve net-zero emissions without relying on offsets from the land-use sector.


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The power monitoring system provides maintenance managers with the information to prompt necessary upgrades to the ageing facilities. Improved reliability and fewer maintenance and repair hours are also major benefits of the EcoStruxure Power Monitoring Expert.


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Energy providers are developing innovative solutions to better respond to increasing market demands and legislative requirements around the world.


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Smart Load Monitoring Helps University of Lille Reduce Energy Consumption

As one of several modernisation initiatives, the university moved its political science department to a building equipped with a modern Schneider Electric EcoStruxure Building Operation building management system. By Thomas Peregrin, PowerTag Launch Leader and Business Developer, EMEA, Schneider Electric.


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Digitising Your Critical Power System: Simple, Smart and Stable

As the complexity and sophistication of our electrical distribution infrastructure increases, it becomes more important to have the appropriate digital sensors, advanced controls and analytic capabilities. By Markus Hirschbold, Marketing Director, Healthcare Solutions, Schneider Electric.


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These are exciting times for our automotive engineering community as countries around the world fuel the momentum for a cleaner future with incentives for end-users to adopt hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) and electric vehicles (EV). Article by Keysight Technologies.


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The Rise Of The Extended Enterprise In Today’s Digital Economy

The concept of an “extended enterprise” – that is, a network of partner relationships – is not new, according to Jean-Pascal Tricoire, CEO and Chairman, Schneider Electric. A single company cannot operate successfully in a silo to serve its customers best. Instead, a successful corporation depends on an ecosystem of partnerships, including suppliers, system integrators, and innovation partners such as universities, startups, technology alliances, and more. For Schneider Electric, this extended enterprise ensures that Life Is On everywhere, for everyone, and at every moment.


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Homes are made to last for a long time; however, elements of the home require maintenance and replacement every now and then. Article contributed by Schneider Electric.


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How remote management can be used to cut costs and improve maintenance. By Henrik Arleving, IIOT Innovation Architect, HMS Industrial Networks


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EXCLUSIVE: The Business Case For Solar In Land Scarce Singapore

Industrial Automation Asia, spoke with Alexander Lenz, CEO, Conergy on the state of the solar energy market and the business case for solar in land scarce Singapore.


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Worldwide interest in renewable energy sources is gathering momentum. As a result, biogas production is growing steadily as more manufacturers are setting up plants to produce biogas. By Farah Nazurah


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Factory engineer maintaining record on clipboard in factory

According to LNS Research, two of the top three strategic objectives for food and beverage companies are ensuring consistent quality and increasing production capabilities to meet rising demand. At the same time, limited capital expenditure budgets means these goals are ideally met using existing equipment.


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Technology As A Silver Bullet To Mitigate Upstream Economics

Technology As A Silver Bullet To Mitigate Upstream Economics In an increasingly complex world of finite hydrocarbons, traditional rules no longer apply. By Ron Beck, Energy Industry Marketing Director and Pramodkumar Lakhmapure, Area Sales Manager, Southeast Asia, AspenTech Energy.


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Converting Data Centres From Diesel To Gas Power Generation

The energy needs of the Data Centre (DC) industry continue to grow at a brisk pace. In the past, preferred DC locations were near inexpensive, reliable power sources. By Dr Marcelo Algrain, Senior Engineering Technical Steward, Caterpillar Inc. Electric Power Division


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Impact Of DC Power Generation And Loads On Building Power Distribution Energy Efficiency

Profound changes are occurring across the domains of traditional energy, renewable energy, demand-response and overall energy management. Energy efficiency has emerged as a topic of keen interest across these domains. By Maria Vallet, and Jérôme Brenguier, Schneider Electric


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Using Wind Energy Efficiently

An innovative approach, which harvests wind power through the use of comparatively small turbines by means of steerable kites, is setting new standards. Microdrives support the fully automatic control of the kite. Contributed by Faulhaber


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Petrochemical Corporation of Singapore invests in plant and personnel safety with the installation of an upgraded fire and gas system. By Fire and Gas Solutions, Honeywell Process Solutions


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Matthias Schweinfest, GM, Projects, GE Steam Power Systems spoke with Mark Johnston, from Industrial Automation Asia (IAA) on recent investments in the coal industry and its future in Southeast Asia.


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Darktrace and Siemens have announced they have entered into a strategic partnership to bring cyber defense for Operational Technology (OT) to electric utilities and the oil and gas industry.


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Selecting RF Discretes: Diodes And Transistors For An ‘Always Connected’ World

The rise of IoT has enabled a greater demand for low-power efficient semiconductor components. By Claudia Mosca, Infineon Technologies


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A Vision For Smart Cities

The capture and processing of data is vital to the efficient use of energy and in achieving an optimal balance between people, places, prosperity, and the planet.


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Health Check Your Power Supply

It is of critical importance that power is maintained in plants and office buildings. This can be achieved by regular health checks and providing backup.


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What Utilities Need To Know About Migrating To The Smart Grid

How Information Technology (IT) and Operations Technology (OT) determine smart grid success.


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Building A Smarter Smart Grid: Counteracting Cyber-Threats In Energy Distribution

Technology products and practices will be explored that are being deployed to address vulnerabilities in a more interconnected energy grid.


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Case Study: Flywheels Support Energy Grids Of The Future

Whilst renewable energy is increasing in its usage and is desirable for many reasons, power production by renewable sources often leads to grid fluctuations.


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Energy Efficiency Is By Far The Best Way To Tackle Climate Change

Energy efficiency is of critical importance in reducing wastage and impacting climate change in a positive way.


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Cyber Security In Smart Buildings Inaction Is No Longer An Option

As advancements in connectivity, new technology, and service deployments powered by IoT and Big Data continue to make their way into the smart buildings’ landscape, cybersecurity concerns will intensify further.


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LEED-ing The Pack In Sustainability

Brian Brickhouse president, Electrical Sector – Asia-Pacific Region, Eaton, notes that innovative and eco-friendly infrastructure solutions must be deployed to help buildings achieve high levels of energy efficiency.


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The Rising Trend Of Biomass And Biogas In Asia

Environmental effects of traditional fuels are contributors to global warming, and the world is looking at other forms of sustainable energy generation, such as biomass as a source of energy.


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Manufacturing Adds Up

Widely regarded as the future of manufacturing, additive manufacturing which has stepped into the limelight in recent years may offer the window of opportunity for the Singaporean manufacturing sector to stay competitive.


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The New Face Of Efficiency

Efficiency in power plants is very important for minimising waste and maximising available resources, which is especially important in countries such as Singapore.


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Four Ways To Maximise Assets And Reduce Operational Costs In Oil And Gas Operations

Four ways will be presented dealing with maximising assets and reducing operational costs in the O&G sector.


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Monash University Receives MASSIVE Supercomputer Upgrade

Monash University’s Clayton facility has received an upgrade to its supercomputer, updating to the Nvidia-powered M3 as part of its additional AU$4.1 million MASSIVE cash injection.


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Ultrasonic Gas Leak Detection – Your First Line Of Defense

Gas leak detection has undergone several developments to arrive at what it is today. The importance of gas leak detection will be discussed together with the latest development in this field.


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