Ken Boyce, Principal Engineer Director, Energy & Power Technologies, UL
We have reached a tipping point globally in this digital revolution – there are now more connected devices than people on the earth, and in the last few years alone we created more data than in all the previous years of human existence...
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.
Frank Jakob, Technology Manager for Energy Storage, Black & Veatch
Increasing demand for energy storage is being spurred on two fronts: Electric customers who are saving money on their utility bills, and the growing adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), which is causing lithium-ion batteries to decline in cost...
Ankush Halbe, Technology Director, Exyte
The implementation of Target Value Design that incorporates VDC and prefabrication elements creates economies of scale that optimize capital expenditure for every KWh of battery cell produced.
Charles A. Freni, President and CEO, Central Hudson Gas and Electric Corp.
Sources of renewable energy are growing, higher levels of distributed generation are being deployed and customers are demanding cleaner, more reliable and lower-cost energy.
Preston Cody, Head of Analytics Lab, Wood Mackenzie
We are also increasingly seeing digitalization programs given hard targets, such as 5-10x return on investment (ROI) targets or nine digit cost reduction goals
Robin Macmillan, SVP, National Oilwell Varco
Industry downturns have always been times of innovation as companies turned to technology to dig themselves out of the financial hole.
Nate Haskin, Chief Data Officer, S&P Global
And GIS technology today takes us far beyond traditional cartography to providing key dimensions of location and interconnectivity to every data point.
Kevin Sullivan, CEO, Advanced Control Systems (ACS)
The energy industry is undergoing a significant transformation as it deals with the changes in fuel sources, grid configuration, and consumer needs.
Colin E. Cushnie, Vice President Energy Procurement & Management, Southern California Edison
Erik T. Takayesu, Vice President of Transmission, Substations & Operations, Southern California Edison
We are getting storage right when it is adaptive, flexible and scalable. In other words, when it is intelligent, and when it meets a specific need