Case Study Video: Anglian Water
Anglian Water is the largest water and water recycling company serving 6.5 million customers in England and Wales by geographic area. The company recognized an opportunity to enhance its expenditure optimization and planning capability
Introduction to the Copperleaf Community
The Copperleaf Community is a network of C55 users, Copperleaf team members and partners from around the globe who come together to discuss Asset Investment Planning and Management (AIPM) and the future directions of Copperleaf’s C55 solution. It is an open forum to exchange best practice information and share ideas about how to leverage C55 to make better value-based, risk-informed investment decisions. Watch this video to see what it’s all about.
Copperleaf: Future of Decision Making
All organizations have strategic goals they are trying to meet by making strategic investments. How they decide to allocate their limited budgets and resources is critical to the success of these companies—today and into the future. Copperleaf's value-based decision-making approach drives organizations to make the right investment decisions and get everyone behind them. In this video
Copperleaf and National Grid Partners
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Innovating STEM education with Energy Institute (Itron Utility Week 2017)
The value of technology to utilities with Diane Fanneli and Bruce Douglas (Itron Utility Week 2017 )
Smart city projects in San Diego with Jason Anderson (Itron Utility Week 2017)
The importance of interoperability with John Yelland (Itron Utility Week 2017)
Engerati Energy Talks – Talent and Diversity
Adam Malik (Engerati) is joined by Lorena Skijan (Wien Energie) and Erik Suichies (Vattenfall) to discuss the challenge of gender and age demographics in the energy industry.
Data management for utilities with Wes Sylvester (Itron Utility Week 2017)
Engerati gains an in-depth perspective from Wes Sylvester
Engerati EUW 2017 Rui Mano and Bruno Gapo Choice
Rui Mano (VP of Global Alliances) and Bruno Gapo (Global Head of Industry Value Engineering) at Choice discuss energy theft (or 'non-technical losses') and the prevention options available for utilities.