Grid Tech and the Decade of Deployment – 2023 Outlook Report

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Stay ahead of the curve in the rapidly growing and evolving Grid Tech market. In this 2023 Outlook Report, Indigo Advisory provides a comprehensive overview of the evolving smart grid market, including its top trends, key players, and opportunities for growth. This material includes insights on a range of generation agnostic innovative technologies, such as software, industrial robotics, and intelligent automation solutions, that are enabling utilities to reduce their carbon emissions, optimize their operations, and improve customer satisfaction.

Whether you are a utility looking to deploy innovative technology infrastructure or a vendor seeking to enter the market, this report is a valuable introductory resource for staying informed about the landscape of the Grid Tech industry. 

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Jim Stack on Jan 13, 2023

Battery Storage is the key to a smarter and much more efficient GRID. If you don't have storage you should be getting quotes. 

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Paul Korzeniowski on Jan 16, 2023

No doubt that technology offers utilities new ways to complete their work. Advances in areas like artificial intelligence and robotics has the potential to replace traditional manual functions with new automated routines, reducing costs and improving productivity. 

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