Interview: Gabriele Riedman de Trinidad, SVP Strat. Area Energy, T-Systems International
Smart Grid Needs Innovative Startups
As startups in the smart grid sector continue to push innovation boundaries, big players in the industry are beginning to realize their importance.
What to Expect in 2013
Where is the energy industry headed in 2013? We spoke to various Clarion Energy Conference Analysts from around the globe who were able to shed some light on what the energy industry can expect over the next year.
Interview with: Svetlana Grant – Smart Cities, Connected Living Programme – The GSMA
The dynamics of Smart Cities, do they even exist? or is it a goal that will never be reached.
Data Rich, Information Poor
The smart grid offers utilities a wealth of information which, if handled effectively, can be used to enhance service delivery and improve energy efficiency. Engerati’s The Future of the Smart Grid, the ICT and Data Management Perspective report discusses the challenges that smart grid operators face.
Smart Grid’s Role in CRM
Engerati’s The Big Report-The Future of the smart grid : the ICT and data management perspective, examines how smart grid data, if properly analyzed, can enhance Customer Relationship Management in the power industry.
Centralizing Consumption Data
Millions of smart electric and gas meters are being deployed around the world, creating a wealth of data which must be collected, sorted, managed and finally analyzed. Is the UK's central station where data will be consolidated and distributed to interested parties the answer?
Transmission & Distribution
The Smart Meter-A Beacon in the Storm
A compelling case can be made for the enhanced reliability and overall functionality that smart-grid technology offers during major power outages.
Factors Slowing Smart Grid Development
There is no doubt that the smart grid will transform the energy system as we know it. However, major obstacles stand firmly in the way of a smooth smart grid revolution. Key findings from the Engerati Big Report on the future of the smart grid.
Squaring the data , analytics and processing circle: the elements of a solution.
The bottom line is that traditional enterprise database technologies will no longer suffice. The volume and complexity of data, when coupled with the levels of performance demanded from systems that use such data, have reached a point where simply spending more doing the same things better, faster, in greater volume has a marginal return.
Interview with Gabriele Riedmann De Trinidad, head of the Energy business sector, Deutsche Telekom
Deutsche Telekom: "Information technology and processing will play a decisive role in tomorrow's energy industry"
White paper: Get in shape for ISO 55000
Utility companies generate an enormous amount of data that could help them improve their performance
E-Book: Digital Utility of the Future
Nine steps for a successful transition
Supporting innovation for the low carbon transition
Businesses are racing to support the transition to a low-carbon economy as the impacts of climate change become ever-clearer but bringing great ideas to market can be challenging