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Drivers for Change in the Energy Sector - From the Be Energized Podcast Series
- Nov 4, 2020 4:46 pm GMT
Against a backdrop of increasing regulatory demands, market adjustments, cost efficiencies and consumer demand, utilities are challenged to be much more agile than ever before.
Massive growth in the volume and diversity of data, insufficient quality of data and expanding data silos are emerging obstacles utilities face as the world transitions to decentralized low-carbon energy.
In this podcast Marcel Smit of Energyworx and Thorsten Heller at Greenbird discuss key trends driving the energy sector and share the reasons behind both companies announcing a partnership agreement to offer Integrated Cloud Energy Data Management for new utility business models.
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