IoT in the Green Energy Industry

Currently, IoT with renewable energy is mostly used in the integration of wind and solar

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In the near future, it is expected that green and intelligent buildings will rise and take over the traditional cities. When this happens, the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes our best friend.

Everything will be connected to the cloud, and we will form a world with an interconnected network.

Internet of Things

This will give rise to plenty of opportunities for all sectors of the industry, most notably in the renewable energy industry.

With IoT integrated with green energy, everything is more flexible and efficient. Users need not worry about manually controlling their IoT appliances and devices as anything connected to the network can be automatically set depending on the user preference.

This will ultimately lead to more environment-driven decisions in the household and lesser energy consumption.

Renewable Energy

Currently, IoT with renewable energy is mostly used in the integration of wind and solar sources to batteries and one-way power sources.

Connecting IoT to create two-way power systems, will eliminate the restriction of the one-way systems and add better flexibility to the entire network.

Mobile units such as electric cars are not limited to using their batteries while on the road. Instead, they can be connected to the IoT network and simultaneously charge their batteries while under the sun.


The Internet of Things can also be paired with other emerging technologies such as blockchains, AI-driven sensors, and the likes.

Blockchains can be used for better purchase and payment systems, while AI-driven sensors mark as significant players in various fields like agriculture and manufacturing.

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While many countries are still exploring the potential use of the Internet of Things, it is not surprising that the near future holds a clear path for this technology and its effects to the improvement of both the environment and the overall system performance.

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Robert Bagatsing
Managing Editor and Founder of GineersNow based in Dubai and Manila. Survived marketing at Harvard, Management at AIM and proud Bedan.


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