Tech In Energy Newsletter (TEN)

Bill Gates to Weigh in ‘Emerging Clean Technologies’ for Global Energy Transition

(By Manila Bulletin, 20 March 2024)

Bill Gates will weigh in “clean energy technologies’ that could usher in success for the world’s energy transition agenda, when he takes  the spotlight on Thursday (21st March) at the ongoing CERAWeek conference, which is a top-tier event for global CEOs of multinational energy companies, other C-Suite executives of prime corporations and experts in the field of technology and finance.

Operational Technology and Information Technology Convergence in the Energy Sector

(By Memuknews, 18 March 2024)

We’re all well aware of the global efforts to reduce energy consumption, but potentially less so about what technologies can be implemented to achieve these sustainability goals. A strategic approach that should be used is the convergence of Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT). The fusion of OT and IT allows companies to integrate their industrial control systems with computer networks.

Cybersecurity at the Core of India’s Renewable Revolution

(By Economic Times, 18 March 2024)

Recent cyberattacks targeting power generation facilities in Ladakh, Mumbai, and Telangana underscore the urgent necessity for India to fortify its energy sector. As the world’s fourth-largest producer of renewable energy, India’s energy industry is increasingly becoming a prime target for cyber threats, necessitating a robust cybersecurity framework.

Digital Transformation in Energy Industry; Challenges Faced While Implementing Emerging Technologies

(By Organiser, 17 March 2024)

Digital transformation is sweeping through the energy industry, ushering in a new era of efficiency, sustainability, and innovation. This transformative wave harnesses the power of digital technologies to revolutionize the production, distribution, and consumption of energy, while also paving the way for new business models and revenue streams.

Energy Sector Embraces Digital Transformation: Industry 4.0 Reshaping the Future

(By Organiser, 16 March 2024)

Industry 4.0 is a term that refers to the fourth industrial revolution, which is characterised by the integration of digital technologies, such as artificial intelligence, internet of things, cloud computing, big data, and robotics, into the industrial processes and systems. In the energy industry, Industry 4.0 can have significant impacts on various aspects, such as energy production, distribution, etc.

EU Methane Regulations Prompt Emissions Reduction Technology Advancements

(By Offshore, 16 March 2024)

Regulations are driving an ongoing need in the energy industry for technology advancements and creative R&D to meet emissions reduction targets. Sentinel Subsea, a Scotland-based company that focuses on passive monitoring of subsea infrastructure and equipment, has developed a technology that monitors emissions on offshore wells.

Energizing innovation: Exploring AI’s impact on the Energy Industry

(By S&P Global, 13 March 2024)

Energy companies are poised to be early leaders in leveraging recent advancements in AI, a natural evolution for an industry rooted in data, analytics, engineering and complex processes. Many companies have already made rapid strides, establishing dedicated data science groups and leveraging machine learning. One of the main targets for AI to date has been boosting operating efficiencies.


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