Having the right strategies and implementation models in place, usually mapped out through scenario planning, service providers are in a position to ensure their customers are impacted as little as possible when unforeseen environmental/external situations disrupt the ‘normal’ day.
As advanced technology designs are equipped to support many of these networks, organisational leaders are able to make decisions that are largely informed by data. But how do these leaders bundle this data and transform it into actionable outcomes and clearly communicated messages?
In this discussion, we ask industry thought leaders for their perspectives on influencing change within technology innovations and utility plans within uncertain times.
- Design and use of IT infrastructure to facilitate a sustainable energy transition
- How new data is being used to securely transition the utility business model to remain flexible and resilient
- Skills development: Risks and Opportunities
Moderator: Mike Ballard, Vice President Utilities Industry Strategy | Oracle Utilities
Derin Bluhm, Chief Technology Officer | Grant County Public Utility District
Hélène Lagoutte, International Business Developer for Smart Metering Programs | Gaz réseau distribution France (GRDF)
Vivian Bouet, Chief Information Officer (CIO) | CPS Energy
Johan Maricq, Group head of Artificial Intelligence CoE and Digital Workplace | Elia Group