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

June 13, 2019

Energy CIO Insights Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Similar to SMEs utilizing SEO to gauge the overall performance, the gas and oil industry is betting ample time and money on smart analytics.
Sustainability issues figure in every aspect of energy production and use. The requirement of electricity is at an all-time high and is increasing continuously.
The traditional energy and utility business is on the verge of transformation, with technological changes and increased competition making their presence felt.
Featured Vendors
Provides solutions and services that provide automatic management and optimization of distributed energy resources.
Itron provides smart grid solutions and products to mitigate longstanding issues in the utilities such as lowered asset lifecycles, fraud, and communication hindrances.
Provides utility bill auditing, budgeting, benchmarking, utility tariff analysis, and risk management, EEP assists companies to identify, develop, and finance projects including energy efficiency improvements, Combined Heat & Power, and lighting upgrades to reduce energy consumption.
CIO Viewpoint
Scott Self, CIO, Tennessee Valley Authority
It’s our job to ensure that sensor information can be delivered and analyzed in real-time to provide insights that improve decision-making and lead to timely action.
Vennard Wright, CIO, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
Providing IT support for WSSC comes with a unique set of challenges that necessitates constant adaptation and rethinking of governance policies.
CXO Insights
By Soorya Kuloor, CTO, Advanced Grid Analytics, Landis+Gyr
Distribution utilities are increasingly adopting analytics products into their enterprise IT portfolios.
By Andrew Johnston, Chief Evangelist, ResilientGrid and Director, Navigant Consulting
If the grid of the 20th century was built in the image of the greatest generation and the Eisenhower Administration, then the grid of the 21st century is built in the image of millennials.