- Dec 23, 2022 5:09 am GMT
Welcome to Energy Central’s digest that covers various stories about intelligent utilities. This update covers just a few of the relevant articles, so be sure to take a wider look to see everything that this community on Energy Central has to offer, and don’t hesitate to leave a question or comment on the posts that catch your eye.
2022 - A Year Like No Other for the Energy Sector (But There’s Lots to Look Forward To)
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/iu/2022-year-no-other-energy-sector-there%E2...
In this piece, Frederik Ten Sythoff, the Vice President of Marketing Communications for Greenbird Integration Technology, provides a synopsis of what has occurred in the energy sector over the last year, and what the energy sector will likely see in the upcoming year. Frederik is hopeful that utilities will continue to become more efficient and user friendly.
Modernizing Your Data Management Approach
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/o/xtensible/xtensible-article
For this post, Michael Covarrubias, the Managing Partner and Vice President of Strategy and Solutions at Xtensible. Goes over ways that utility companies can improve how they utilize data to improve all company services. Michael goes through many different models on how to best maximize data. All these approaches take the overarching ideas that Michael discusses.
Radius Machine Learning Case Study
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/iu/radius-machine-learning-case-study
With this update, Pat Hohl, the Director of Electric Industry Solutions at Esri, provides a case study about Denmark’s electric grid. The grid that this post concerns is one that has more than one million customers. The report looks at what the company Radius did to merge the grid with other resources to improve efficiency.
As the Metaverse Speeds Ahead, What Benefits Can Utilities Capture?
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/pip/metaverse-speeds-ahead-what-benefits-can-utilities-capture
Scott Tinkler, a Managing Director and Global Utilities Lead at Accenture, looks at the rapid developments in the metaverse. Scott provides insights about what how utility companies are looking to use the metaverse to make their services more efficient. Scott believes that the metaverse can provide benefits to employees and customers.
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