Experience with analytics models?
- Aug 19, 2019 1:45 pm GMT
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We are in the process of identifying the various technologies (both applications and platforms) that utilities have used to deploy analytics models. We would like to hear from other G&T utilities what their experience has been with a platform and a description of the actual use cases. As solutions are typically use case specific.
Senior Consultant and Lead Software Engineer
Reliable Energy Analytics LLC
Member since 2018
Senior Consultant and Lead Software Engineer, Reliable Energy Analytics LLC
I was involved in one case that employed a combination of Oracle's OBIEE platform and the R language (RStudio) to perform various analytics ranging from management reporting and risk management to operations support activities.
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Vice director, Noo Logistics
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Good Egg Media LLC DBA AGENT511
Member since 2018
Managing Director, Good Egg Media LLC DBA AGENT511
One of the popular analytics tools we’ve seen is Opower and FirstFuel which are being used for consumer and residential energy analysis. Typically, energy usage is compared with previous periods and neighbors and the results are communicated to enrolled customers via email and text using graphically templates for the purpose of encouraging energy consumption behaviors.
We are now starting to see customers build substantive data warehouses for the purpose of collecting the data to understand customer behavior and perform predictive analytics. The objective is to evaluate triggers for enrollment in various programs as well as leverage communications data and internal information systems to enhance engagement. By leveraging various data sources, including billing and outage (or leak data) provides CSR’s better tools to service customers. The goal is to know your customers' needs in advance of a call or like interaction.
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