Today’s utilities are transforming operations to support a more diverse mix of assets and to enable smarter, faster decision-making and environmental responsibility. For example, many utilities are employing high-speed communications, along with smart devices that generate near-real-time data from every part of their organizations. Energy companies are acquiring unprecedented volumes of data from IoT sensors and drones that inspect facilities, monitor equipment for changes in temperature and conditions, and perform countless other tasks.
This data can help them understand the current state of their energy sources to forecast demand, optimize distribution and improve efficiency — all of which contribute to the greater sustainability many consumers desire. But making sense of that data can be a challenge without the right technology and strategic advisors to provide guidance.

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