Although the energy sector is moving towards a prosumer model and has shown steady progress in improving energy efficiency, there are still a lot of savings to be made.
Utilities are increasingly inundated with growing volumes of data, many of which are now becoming readily available powered by the latest generation of low-cost Internet of Things (IoT) sensors an
As the UK’s mandated smart meter rollout moves towards its 2020 end goal of European Commission compliance, energy companies are acutely aware of their deployment obligations.
Are you ready for how disruptive technologies will dramatically shift the way utility consumers buy, sell and interact with you?
How can we apply technology such as blockchain, artificial intelligence and autonomous assets to address humanity’s grand challenges?
When planning investments, you must focus on realising the maximum value from your assets, while ensuring that your utility is managing risk, service levels and demand on resources.
In order to create a low-carbon society conforming with COP21Paris Summit and to create storage by balancing all energy forms versus each other, Norwegian demand response company XTN Group Holding
Digital transformations within the energy industry present major challenges to traditional utility process.
Swiss electricity and energy services provider Alpiq together with data and application management specialist DigitalRoute present this webinar on ‘Managing asset data: How Alpiq prepared for the
New opportunities for distribution operational savings can be created by the intersection of power line based communications and edge computing with smart metering.
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