Tendencias en RI

Mobile Connect for Cross-Border Digital Services: Lessons Learned from the eIDAS Pilot

The GSMA has released the results of the Mobile Connect and eIDAS implementation pilot. The year-long collaboration brought together several public and private sector organisations seeking to accelerate the uptake of trusted and secure digital authentication in response to the EU Regulation on electronic Identification, Authentication and Trust Services (eIDAS)and its implementing acts.



The European Cyber Security Challenge: Lessons Learned report

The ECSC is an initiative of multiple European countries supported by the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) that aims at engaging cybersecurity talent across Europe and connecting high potentials. This report contains a detailed list of the lessons learned from previous ECSCs



Smart Cities special report 2018

The first edition of Metering & Smart Energy International offers a view into the development of smart cities around the world, with particular reference to the role of the utility within the environs of the city of hte future. Our regional focus on India provides insights into the Uday programme implemented by the Government of India, which aims to relieve Discos of their mounting debt and put them in a financially secure position, enabling them to focus on service delivery, instead of debt management.




Fully Charged: Renewables and Storage Powering Australia

The report shows that Australia is on the cusp of a reliable renewable energy future, as the cost of energy storage rapidly drops, with prices dropping by 80 per cent since 2010, and are tipped to halve again by 2025.



Studies on the Effects of High Renewable Penetrations on Driving Point Impedance and Voltage Regulator Performance

This project explored the role of controllers—load tap changers (LTCs) and line regulators—on distribution feeders with increased distributed energy resources (DERs). Distribution feeders are facing a steep increase in DER penetration from specific classes of devices, including photovoltaic (PV) generators, energy storage systems, and demand response. Line regulators and LTCs represent a subset of control devices on distribution feeders used to regulate voltage delivered to customer locations. These devices operate in discrete steps, with each step changing the tap rate by 0.625% (hence a 10% change requires 16 steps).