- Nov 17, 2021 5:15 pm GMT
As climate change continues to take its toll on our planet, access to renewable energy has become an imperative. Yet as we tap into new energy sources such as small hydro, combined heat and power (CHP), hydrogen, biomass, solar, and wind power, we must also transition from traditional energy systems to a decentralized model.
Progressive utilities will embrace this as an amazing opportunity to reinvent how they work, discovering new lines of business and providing communities with clean, renewable energy.
Successfully navigating these rapid changes will require modifying existing infrastructure, adopting new operational models and innovative technologies. Listen in to the experts from IFS to learn how you can future-proof your utility and capitalize on a decentralized energy model. Topics will include:
- The incorporation of new asset categories within enterprise asset management systems (EAMs)
- Lifecycle management for these new asset categories
- How home services can drive new, non-regulated revenue opportunities
The shift to a decentralized energy model is inevitable. Join this discussion to learn what you must do to proactively prepare your organization for this evolutionary step in energy distribution.
Amanda Thibeault, IT Supervisor, Tacoma Public Utilities
Amanda Thibeault has 11 years of Information Technology experience in public sector and utilities, City of Tacoma (COT) – General Government and Tacoma Public Utilities, respectively. Her area of responsibility includes SAP Work and Asset Management, Material Management, Human Capital Management and Workforce Mobility. Prior to her role of IT Supervisor, she was a senior functional analyst primarily supporting COT’s enterprise mobility software. Previous to her career at COT, Amanda spent 8 years as a Procure to Pay analyst at Weyerhaeuser company, working in various software to support Procurement and Accounts payable.
Enrique Ochoa Reza, Energy Specialist, IFS
Enrique has served as a Federal Congressman and Secretary of the Energy Commission in the Mexican Congress. Previously he held positions as the CEO of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), Mexico’s state-owned, nationwide power and natural gas company, and Undersecretary of Hydrocarbons in the Ministry of Energy.
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