Game-Changing Technology: Next-generation AMI
- Jun 15, 2022 3:14 pm GMT
It’s official. Next-generation AMI is a key technology for the energy transition. But just how much of a game-changer is it for the industry?
The U.S. Department of Energy may just have summed up today’s energy industry in the title of its new report, ‘A System in Transition: the influence of next generation technologies’.
The DoE report identifies key technologies for the transition. Next generation AMI tops this list. Here’s the list:
⭐Next Generation AMI
⭐Data access and governance
All of these have one thing in common. Data. Data connectivity, unification and provisioning underpin all these technologies.
But when we work with U.S. utilities such as JEA in Florida, we’ve found they’re often one step ahead of the DoE report. They’re already looking for ways to use energy data to improve service reliability, operations and maintenance as well as provide innovative new products to customers.
We help them access and leverage data they need to achieve this with a Next-generation iPaaS built for utilities with pre-defined content and connectors, data lake and full Smart Metering Operation Center functionalities.
And next-generation AMI is an essential component of accessing energy data from an increasingly distributed energy system with an ever more engaged consumer.
🥇I agree with the DoE. Next-generation AMI is at the top my list of key technologies for the transition.
Is it top of yours? Let me know in the comments.
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