There is an evolution in the energy industry when it comes to the digital era; big data collection and analysis, digital transformation, and data hub development have become an important tool for utilities to understand their customer’s energy usage patterns, predict and prevent potential power outages, balance and optimize energy supply and demand.
At this conference, we provide a single platform for big data experts and decision-makers in the European Energy Sector to discuss the challenges and solutions of Data Hub in Power & Utilities with data transformation and utilization, cybersecurity, electricity retail market analysis and new technologies development.
We would like to welcome all key market players and top management to join the discussion, and the peer-to-peer network would allow you to share and exchange your thoughts and opinions with an exclusive group of experts.
- Designing the business model of energy data hubs.
- Importance of data governance for technologies development.
- Operationalization of data centricity.
- Domain data mesh concept and its importance for power and utilities process transformation.
- Cloud technology for predictive maintenance.
- Data science lifecycle management.
- AI/ML model implementation and monitoring.
Our expert panel at 3rd Data Hub in Power & Utilities 2023:
Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) AG is a Transmission System Operator and an Independent Transmission Operator that provides capacity to shippers, those in the pipeline business. It does so in a safe, reliable and efficient way. The TAP delivers competitive, lower-carbon fuel that helps Europe meet its growing energy demand while simultaneously reducing emissions relative to traditional forms of fuel.
Enel is a multinational company that manufactures and distributes electricity and gas. The company operates in 31 countries and is the 73rd largest in the world. In 2021, Enel produced 232 TWh of electricity, distributed 510.3 TWh, and sold 309.4 TWh.
Eneco provides sustainable energy to over 2 million customers through electricity, gas, and heating. They have 2970 employees and are fully committed to providing smart and affordable products to their customers. Eneco’s recently invested in offshore wind farms, large solar roofs, and aims to be climate neutral by 2035.
Elhub is a central IT system that supports and streamlines the task of electricity sales, move-in/-out, termination of supply etc. in the Norwegian electricity market. It also supports the distribution and aggregation of metering values for all consumption and production in Norway. Statnett’s wholly owned subsidiary, Elhub AS, is responsible for establishing and maintaining Elhub.
Energinet is Denmark’s national transmission system operator, and they’ve been working with CGI since 2013 to build a datahub. With the company’s help, Energinet has designed a datahub that works according to the wholesale model and uses flex-settlement. This ensures that data for over 3.3 million consumers is stored safely.
Fortum is a European energy company with an international reach. They provide electricity, gas, heating and cooling as well as smart solutions to improve resource efficiency. They want to engage customers and society in the effort to make the world cleaner. Together with subsidiary Uniper, Fortum is a leader in producing environmentally friendly power for Europe.
Endesa is one of the largest electric utility companies in Spain, the second-biggest in Portugal. In Spain alone, Endesa has 10 thousand employees and over 10 million clients. Their resources depend on nuclear, fossil fuel, hydroelectric and renewable power plants which produce over 80 billion kWh per year. Endesa aims to create a new clean energy model for this sector and help transform it into a thriving industry.
50Hertz Transmission GMBH has provided extensive image material gathered during drone and helicopter flights for the creation of the database to helps operate its electricity transmission network, which it continuously expands as needed for the energy transition.
For over a century, Van Oord has been creating the infrastructure for the future. The increasing population and rising need for energy, along with the growing world trade, requires up-to-date facilities, while climate change is threatening coastal regions. Van Oord provides cutting-edge solutions to address theses global maritime challenges now and in the future. This Dutch independent family business is led with a long-term vision and sound financial position. With great consideration our company continually invests in people and equipment to sustain our business.
Elering is a provider of electricity and gas transmission systems with the mission of joining all components of the system – producers, network operators, and consumers – into one. This integral structure is beneficial to people who receive energy services, as it makes sure they can access high-quality energy at reasonable rates – an objective Elering holds in paramount importance. The transmission line comprises two main elements: 5,500 kilometers of electric transference pipes and 150 stations; while the gas framework consists of nearly 900 kilometers long pipelines, three measuring plants, and 40 distribution points affiliated with Latvia and Russia’s networks. In the near future, Balticconnector will unite Estonia with Finland’s gas supply, which will unify their in-depth markets for natural gas.
Enedis is the leading electricity distribution network provider in France, responsible for connecting and metering power lines across 95% of French territory. A fully independent subsidiary of industry giant EDF, it employs 38,000 people and services over 37 million customers. Its 1.4 million kilometers of power line networks are maintained and developed to smart grid standards and are geared towards renewable energy sources. Additionally Enedis is accountable for repairing electricity services when needed.
Austrian Power Grid (APG) operates one of Europe’s most reliable grids, with a maximum average power outage per year of just 0.1%. In their mission to promote renewable energy sources such as solar and wind, they have already achieved an impressive result: 40% of Austria’s electricity consumption is now generated from renewables and this figure continues to grow each year. To ensure that all consumers benefit from the latest technologies, APG offers various innovative services to reduce energy use and improve efficiency. These include smart metering systems which allow customers to track their energy usage in real-time, intelligent lighting systems for commercial buildings and an e-charging system for electric vehicles. Since 2008, over 1 million households across Austria have benefitted from these services.
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