Artificial intelligence is changing the way that many industries operate and has huge potential to transform the utilities industry. Utilities are turning to big data capabilities to help them improve asset maintenance, integrate DERs, improve demand response, and increase online customer facing applications.
The 2nd virtual Big-Data & Advanced Analytics for Power & Utilities Conference, offers content for decision-makers and experts of technology strategy, analytics, data-science, and innovation from leading Energy companies. Learn how Data and analytics leaders can leverage AI to anticipate, shift and accelerate transformation in the face of disruption, uncertainty, and opportunity.
- Data Journey at Netze BW, a distribution grid operator in the heart of Europe
- Becoming a data-driven organisation
- The Future of Data Management: DataHub
- The value of data for grid control operators
- Key challenges to transform the heterogeneous large dataset into valuable outcomes
- Developing real-time business data through data analytics
- Forecasting LV operating conditions and future decisions with data analytics
- Enhancing CX management with AI & ML
- Impact of big data analytics on power system planning and operational decision framework
Helen, founded over 100 years ago is among the largest energy companies in Finland. It produces and sells electricity mainly from cogeneration using CHP (Combined Heat & Power) plants and offers district heating and cooling services to over 550,000 customers all over Finland. Helen was awarded as one of the most efficient energy producers in the world.
Fingrid is Finland’s electricity transmission system operator – it assures Finland’s energy supply by transmitting electricity from production facilities to industrial customers and power companies
Fingrid implemented IBM Maximo Asset Management, creating an integrated information system covering financial data and the IoT.
Endesa is the largest electric utility company in Spain and the second-biggest in the Portuguese power market. Endesa has around 10ten thousand employees and serves over 10 million clients just in Spain Endesa has nuclear, fossil-fueled, hydroelectric, and renewable resource power plants generating over 80,100 GWh of energy annually. Endesa aims to contribute to creating a new energy model based on clean energies and wants to lead technological transformation in the energy sector.
UK Power Networks owns and operates power cables and lines in London, Southeast, and East England. It also provides energy consulting, project delivery, operations, and asset management services.
UK Power Networks aims to tackle the climate crisis by connecting renewable energy, electric vehicle charging infrastructure , and low-carbon heating.
Netze BW GmbH is the largest gas, electricity, and water grid company in Baden-Wüttemberg, Germany. It has over 4722 employees in 88 locations and and covers 17.458 km² network area.
Eneco produces and supplies electricity, natural gas and heating to over 2 million customers. It has 2970 employees and offers its consumers and industrial customers sustainable energy with smart, and affordable products and services. Eneco is investing heavily in developing sustainable energy projects, such as offshore wind farms or large solar roofs and aims to be climate neutral by 2035.