Blockchain technology has created a buzz in the energy sector. This webinar will focus on the impact of this technology for utilities and aim 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
There are many who consider the utility industry to be a slow-changing business that has nothing to do with modern technology, excellent customer experience and innovative business models.
As energy retailers know, customers are increasingly used to the benefits of digital connectivity and they expect instant, personalised information at their fingertips.
With the advent of mobility and digital interfaces, apps have never been more relevant.
With the advent of connectivity, data hubs and the IoT, utilities are faced with steadily increasing stream of data.
A recent report by Accenture pointed out that European Utilities face are exposed to approximately €61billion of revenue risk due to potential network disruptions.
Electricity, no matter where it comes from or how it is produced, is fundamental to life in the 21st century.
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