Factories and Manufacturing Plants: Why Invest in

Energy Analytics Software?

  Almost all businesses have already taken some energy and demand reduction programs, mostly because the laws of the land insist upon it.But, most of them have chosen the low hanging fruit and have undertaken lighting retrofit projects, signed up for utility audits and demand response programs, and some have even gone further installing smart meters, sensors and by investing in roof-top solar or other distributed energy generation methods.

The Internet of Things: Connected Devices, People, Data

and Processes: Renaissance Once Again!

  Towards the end of the 14th Century, Europe and the world witnessed the discovery and exploration of new continents, the establishment of Copernican heliocentric theory, the growth of commerce, invention of paper, printing, the mariner’s compass and many powerful innovations sowing the seeds for an interconnected world.

  Seven centuries later, we are on the verge of another re-birth where a set of core technology game changers and Internet of Things is set to play the most important role.

Essential Ingredients of a Smart City: Big Data Analytics

at the core

  Smart Cities, the cities of the future will provide a more comfortable, connected and safer life to the citizens, thanks to the IoT technologies and solutions, both hardware and software.

Utility Cos. can turn Smart Meter Challenges to

Opportunities by Leveraging Big Data

  The major challenge in Smart metering is the collection and analysis of data in the tune of 1.9 Terabyte/user/year.

Going Beyond Smart Meters: Smart Meters need Energy

Management Systems to create an Impact

  Smart Meters and Smart Data Access are overused terms. At a very basic level, smart meters are utility meters that record energy/water/gas consumption data at a granular level (minute-to-minute, hourly, quarter hourly etc) and enable two way communication.

The IoT Wave: Role of Big Data Analytics in Energy &



  According to a report by Goldman Sachs, there will be 28 billion devices connected to internet by 2020. The HVAC systems, the AHUs (Air handling Units), the compressors, the freezers, multiple sensors,you name it, every device will be connected to the internet.

The Power of Energy Intelligence Software: Enterprise

Energy Optimization

All of us have often seen the lights on in a skyscraper at midnight or have entered freezing-cold hotel rooms and instantly what comes to our mind is that these buildings are prodigious wasters of energy. But, many of these problems can be identified and solved just by analyzing the right datasets.

How can Utility Companies leverage Smart Metering Big

Data and turn Smart Meter Challenges to Opportunity?

  The major challenge in Smart metering is the collection and analysis of data in the tune of 1.9 Terabyte/user/year. But, this also presents the biggest opportunity that lies in the analysis of smart meter data to generate actionable insights for competitive advantage.

Smart Grid Technology Coupled with Powerful Analytics

and Visualization Software: Importance and Relevance


  The smart grid is sure to bring the kind of transformation that internet has brought to our lives, it is sure to change the way we live, work and play.

Mission Possible  : Every Home in India would run at

least one light bulb by 2019. How Enterprises Can Help

Government Achieve this Goal?

  The new government under Narendra Modi’s leadership aims to enable every home in India to run at least one light bulb by 2019. 400 million people in India still do not have access to electricity. Making power available to a population of 1.2 billion is definitely a mammoth task; an energy-revolution could be the only answer. Apart from looking at newer methods and resources to generate power, we must look at efficiently managing our current energy consumption.

  According to Central Electricity Authority India, the total energy requirement is 1,048,672 Million Units while the availability at the maximum (including operational and anticipated) is 995,157 MU, resulting in a deficit of 53,515 MU.

  The primary source of energy generation in India is fossil fuels, coal contributing 55% to the total generation and gas and diesel contributing 10%. Coal imports are set to reach 220-240 million tons in the next financial year 2015-2016, while India still remains an energy-deprived nation.

Energy Analytics & Visualization Software-As-A-Service

Solution For Hospitals

  Why Should Hospital Chains Opt for “RealNatics” a Cloud based Energy Analytics & Visualization Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution to optimize energy use? Energy is a Complex issue for hospitals.

Bio CNG from Organic Waste: A truly sustainable and

Renewable Transport Fuel

  Sarita Mishra presented the paper titled "Biogas From Wholesale Vegetable and Fruit Market Waste in Indian Cities: A truly Sustainable and renewable Transport Fuel " at the Renewable Energy World India Conference 2012. The paper was well accepted and appreciated by the audience , both from India and abroad.

Our Takeaway from the KDV Seminar organized by

Alphakat Technologies on the 10th of February 2012 at

Eppendorf, Germany

  Mr. Swaminathan Iyer, Sam from Green Cosmos attended the 16 th KDV seminar organized by Alphakat Technology "http://www.alphakat.de/temp/index.php" at Eppendorf, Saxony, Germany braving the snow storm on the 10 th of February 2012.

Agriculture waste, Food waste,Not a Waste anymore,

Instead, a Sustainable Source of Electricity and

Automobile Fuel

  Long before the discovery of fossil fuels like coal, petroleum etc. biomass has been used as a source of energy by mankind. In the developed countries the use of biomass as a source of energy had been ignored for more than a century, but the last few years have seen a sudden spurt in the use of biomass as a source of energy even in the developed countries all over Europe and the United States of America.

CDM Project Implementation

  Is implementing CDM project a Humongous Task! Not Really, it’s a gain all the way!!

  The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was formed in 1992 in response of growing concerns that human activities were increasing the concentrations of greenhouse gases (GHG) in the atmosphere.

A Quick Reference Guide for GRIHA

  Green Buildings : The Challenge is to Achieve the benefits at an Affordable Cost.

  GRIHA: Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment