pathway 09 – Inside AI: The Future Brain of the Smart Grid
Artificial intelligence will transform the energy industry, but it is still unclear how energy suppliers, grid operators and technology providers can shape this transformation profitably and sustainably. In this 9th issue of pathway, we will aim to answer that question…
They say that education is key, but according to a survey of more than 1,000 Aussies living in Melbourne and Sydney, we're not getting enough of it when it comes to our energy bills. This article was originally published by Mozo.
In an eight-month pilot project, LKW and Landis+Gyr are testing the potential of Advanced Grid Analytics for typical utility company processes in medium- and low-voltage networks. The aim of the pilot project is to demonstrate the effectiveness of smart meter…
Managing distribution assets is a key consideration for utilities, as they look to maximize the life of existing and new asset investments. With Advanced Grid Analytics, the AMI data can be harnessed to help utilities make sound strategic investment decisions.
How can an AMI technology provider prove the flexibility and future-readiness of its solution better than by continuously creating new opportunities in smart metering and reacting to the rapid market development?
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