The energy efficiency and building management sectors like to talk about the quick wins or low hanging fruit of cutting energy usage.
At Engerati we know that utilities are changing their business strategies to create meaningful relationships with customers that aren't centred on billing or outages.
US utilities like Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) understand that customer engagement is a new imperative for energy suppliers.
As the grid edge becomes more dynamic with on-premises energy storage and generation, we need to move towards a grid platform that delivers new capabilities and value.
Cloud computing and its advantages are becoming more prevalent across the energy industry.
InnoEnergy, a European company promoting sustainable energy innovation, has teamed up with Engerati for its sixth Investment Round for Innovation Projects.
Blockchain technology has created a buzz in the energy sector. This webinar focuses on the impact of this technology for utilities and aims to unpick the myths from the reality.
Since COP 21, energy markets have been trying to approach new directions in what concerns their energy mix.
The energy sector has remained unchanged for a century and has stood largely for a guarantee of supply.
As utilities push towards the delivery of new services, and the changing energy consumption (and consumer) landscape, the role of grid edge assets and
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