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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Energy CIO Insights
September 20, 2018

Energy CIO Insights Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Based on this concept, the researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology took up the task of inventing batteries based on Sodium and Potassium.
The UT project will develop next generation utility-scale photovoltaic inverters, also known as modular, multifunction, multiport and medium-voltage utility-scale silicon carbide solar inverters.
The solar cells or panels in the mainstream market could see significant improvements in its ability to generate more power while still being affordable.
Featured Vendors
Creaform’s Pipecheck solution provides an easy-to-learn alternative for pipeline inspection to pipeline owners, operators and NDT service companies.
Develops simulation software technology that enables engineers to validate and optimize their designs using virtual prototypes.
FutureOn provides data visualization and collaboration solutions for clients worldwide in the oil and gas subsea domain.
CIO Viewpoint
John Burke, CIO, Ambit Energy
Smart meter installation, alone, is a necessary but insufficient condition to realize the smart grid.
Joseph Santamaria, CIO, PSEG
The Smart Customer Roadmap will be deployed in four releases, with the initial phase comprised of service cloud, live chat and marketing cloud.
CXO Insights
By Katherine Ryzhaya, Chief Commercial Officer, Lightsource Renewable Energy
Bifacial modules operate largely in the same way as standard, widely-used monofacial solar modules, but instead of being backed with plastic.
By Howard Fireman, Chief Digital Officer, ABS
The maritime industry’s digital transformation is in full swing, impacting the smallest vendor to the largest owner, across flag, class and shipyards, right up to the primary regulator.