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A Customer-Centric Approach To Grid-Connected Distributed Energy Resources

Rodger Smith, SVP & GM, Oracle Utilities [NYSE: ORCL]

A Customer-Centric Approach To Grid-Connected Distributed Energy Resources

Providing service to today’s electricity customer, though, is a different kettle of fish entirely.

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Energy Management: A Perspective from Sports and Entertainment

John Marler, Vice President, Energy and Environment, AEG

Energy Management: A Perspective from Sports and Entertainment

Energy management is also now inextricably linked to environmental sustainability initiatives. In addition to cost and risk, environmental considerations must be accounted for in every energy management decision....

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Solar Energy: The Economic Sensible Energy Source

Dany Qian, Global Vice President, Jinko Solar [NYSE: JKS]

Solar Energy: The Economic Sensible Energy Source

There’s no doubt that solar is the cleanest, the safest, the smartest, the most widely dispersed, accessible to every corner of the earth Now it is also the cheapest.

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Connecting Consumers with Renewable Energy in a New Climate Economy

Sam Telleen, Director of Renewable Solutions, Just Energy [TSE: JE]

Connecting Consumers with Renewable Energy in a New Climate Economy

The gap between environmental concern and consumer action is projected to narrow

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Leading the North West to Zero Carbon Plan

Paul Bircham, Commercial Strategy & Support Director, Electricity North West

Leading the North West to Zero Carbon Plan

At Electricity North West, we are constantly developing ground-breaking, flexible solutions driven by the changing needs of our customers in a low carbon future

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When Does Big Data Become Too Much Data?

Greg Farrell, Head of System Strategy, Northern Powergrid

When Does Big Data Become Too Much Data?

There is no doubt that data is hugely beneficial, but maintaining increasingly large data sources and knowing what is valuable poses a significant challenge.

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Accelerating the Energy Transition - Can Electric Vehicles Show the Way?

Lucy Craig, Director, Energy Technology & Innovation, DNV GL

Accelerating the Energy Transition - Can Electric Vehicles Show the Way?

Electric vehicles have the potential to support the integration of renewables by providing flexibility through vehicle-to-grid support in balancing electricity demand and supply.

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The Necessary Shift Required for Low Carbon Value Chain

Jim Donaldson, Director of Innovation, Hitachi [TYO: 6501]

The Necessary Shift Required for Low Carbon Value Chain

Such business models are becoming increasingly attractive, since customers procure directly the outcome that they require, and avoid the risks of technology failing to deliver the promised value.

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All Microgrids Are Not Created Equal

Carl Cottuli, VP Power Systems Engineering, Bloom Energy

All Microgrids Are Not Created Equal

All microgrids are not created equal, but through evaluation of your facility’s power demand and investigation into the power supply that would best support it, you’ll uncover the path to true energy resiliency for your business....

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The democratization of Technology.... An essential component of the Digital Transformation in Oil Exploration and Production

Francisco Ortigosa, Director of Geoscience Technology, Repsol

The democratization of Technology.... An essential component of the Digital Transformation in Oil Exploration and Production

The convergence between High- Performance Computing and the Cloud has made possible that Geoscientific technologies.

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