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The next data foundation for the energy cloud

The digital integration hub in 2015: Utilihive created a cloud-native platform tailored specifically for utilities, taking advantage of cloud technology.
utility sector; university

European Utility Week 2018: Top 5 takeaways and the call to ‘journey together’

“If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” This ancient African proverb sums up, quite accurately, the sentiment at the recently concluded European Utility Week (EUW) 2018....

New report on global non-destructive test inspection services market released

Frost and Sullivan has issued a new report analysing the global non-destructive test inspection services market.

US predictive energy intelligence to boost Japanese energy market

Innowatts will partner with ABeam Consulting to bring about new analytics and AI-enabled technology to Japan’s energy market
data, Virtual Power Systems

Predictive analytics helps innovation lab reduce data center costs by 50%

SAP Co-Innovation Lab in Sillicon Valley has selected Virtual Power Systems to improve power capacity and availability within its data center. This follows a successful 90-day trial of the Software Defined Power and Intelligent Control...

How blockchain tech is easing Bitcoin’s burden on the grid

Blockchain uses a lot of electricity. So much so that Bitcoin transactions alone put pressure on the grid. As power companies work to adapt to this new technology, Maher Chebbo, chief business innovation officer...

One million dollars!

This month, David Socha discusses some of the encouraging and the less encouraging findings of a recent utilities analytics survey and comes to some surprising conclusions about the future of data & analytics. A survey...
Acuacar analytics

Survey reveals 42% increase in utilities analytics focus

Survey results have been released in the 2018 BRIDGE Index Grid Analytics Survey report, which finds utilities’ investments in analytics increasing year-over-year. However, with 72% reporting that they don’t employ active data governance frameworks...