Peter Gross, VP, Bloom Energy
The energy landscape has experienced dramatic changes over the past ten years. As the world digitizes, the demand for electricity is growing exponentially and everyone wants energy that is reliable, efficient, sustainable, secure and clean....
Henry Bailey, Global VP, Utilities IBU, SAP [NYSE: SAP]
The utilities industry is quickly becoming very dynamic and fast moving like never before.
Don Reeves, EVP of Engineering and Managed Services, Silver Spring Networks
Today, we are in the midst of an evolving energy environment. For at least 15 years, utilities have been deploying communications technology to help overcome some of their most pressing issues.
Lee Laviolette, Managing Director and Global Oil & Gas Leader, Navigant Consulting
For decades, executives asked “What is the value of automation?” in areas like remote tank farms and manifolds. To many, making those investments was a leap of faith.
Steven Clark, VP, Technology Solutions, Contract Land Staff
The "Information Age" began moving at the speed of light as global Internet connectivity became affordable and readily available to average businesses and households.
Matt Wakefield, Director of Information, Communication & Cyber Security Research, Electric Power Research Institute
The U.S. electric power system and its many assets have performed remarkably well in the last 130 years, providing just-in-time electricity across America.
Andrew McAllister, Commissioner, California Energy Commission
You can’t manage what you don’t measure. Understanding the energy usage of a building, in relation both to others and to an objective standard, informs action.
Scott Smith, Vice Chairman and U.S. Power & Utilities leader, Deloitte
In the US power and utilities industry, IoT technologies using sensors, high volume data transfer, machine learning and advanced analytic algorithms enable “smart grid” deployment, a multi-year effort to transform performance of the electric...
Matt Keller, Director of IT Infrastructure & Operations, IGS Energy
As IT professionals look at the landscape of IT infrastructure, it’s not difficult to see where the trends lie when it comes to where companies store and operate the backend systems that run their day-to-day functions.