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David Green

David Green

David Green is a research and analysis manager for the Smart Utilities Infrastructure team at IHS Markit.

Mr. Green is responsible for leading a team of analysts focused on the Smart Utilities intelligence services, research on key technology trends and consumer analysis for smart metering and AMI-related software/services. He has recently presented at events such as European Utility Week and Distributech on the rise of AMI as a leading case study for IoT adoption. Previously when responsible for wireless power research at IHS Markit, he was a frequent speaker at wireless power conferences and events across the globe. He has also worked within Video Surveillance Research at IHS Markit and before that, spent five years working in an automotive technical consultancy on vehicle anti-theft, crime and security research. Mr. Green holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Cardiff University, Wales, and is based in the company's Wellingborough, UK office.

 


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IoT Solutions In The PV Inverter Market Report - 2019

This first generation report gives an introductory overview of the IoT space as applied to the PV Inverter market, including an outline of the current IoT product offerings from the leading PV Inverter vendors for residential and commercial applications.

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Power & Energy Technology
Energy efficiency in industry: Different approaches for the same goals

There are a wide variety of initiatives, policies and mandates around the world designed to promote energy efficiency. However, energy efficiency strategies and investments vary depending on the industry, but the goal of reducing energy use and costs remains the same.

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Power & Energy Technology Manufacturing Technology
LG and Moto lead MWC wireless charge

2017 continues to show promise from OEMs when it comes to wireless charging technology, following the launch of the LG G6 and Moto Mod at MWC in Barcelona, in addition to Huawei joining the AirFuel Alliance.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices Power & Energy Technology
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