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What will it take to make energy network data fit to support the net zero carbon transition and ensure the right systems are in place to allow innovation to proliferate? The critical building blocks for future proofed energy data strategies are explored in this Utility Week Explains report.
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Pressure is mounting for energy and water companies to break down barriers to the visibility and use of data across organisational functions, company divides and sector borders. But do technology and business leaders in utilities buy into this ambition and how hard will it be for them to achieve? Download this Utility Week insight report to find out.
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What can utilities learn from their experience of mobilising for rapid decarbonisation to drive greater pace and ambition in other areas of business transformation? A unique research report from Utility Week reveals the views of senior industry leaders on the potential for lessons to be leveraged and where.
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Can we rely on distributed energy resources to provide restoration services for our future energy system in times of need? Download this Utility Week report to discover the state of play as the landmark Distributed ReStart project from National Grid ESO, SP Energy Networks and TNEI draws to a close.
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“Monolithic utilities” need to deliver change to avoid being “eaten up by start-ups” – that’s the message from experts within the sector who are seeking to adopt a culture of agile working. This report explores how utilities can learn from disruptors and other industries about adopting a DevOps culture. With contributions from Shell Energy Retail, Octopus Energy, Everflow and UK Power Networks among others.
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Do you know what kind of conditions to anticipate this season? Find out with our new 2021-2022 U.K. & Ireland Winter Outlook. See what areas can expect colder temperatures, where more wintry precipitation is likely, and what other parts of Europe will experience.
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Technology has opened up exciting new avenues for mission critical communications. However, it is tempting to overlook the challenges of delivering ‘all you can eat’ data any time anywhere with the sort of intelligence needed to join everything up and deliver the benefits of digital transformation. This report from Velocity examines the challenges and looks at possible solutions to bring legacy radio technologies along on the digital journey.
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The long-standing discipline of asset management is undergoing transformation in the utilities sector as the forces of decarbonisation and decentralisation make themselves felt, alongside rising regulatory expectations for service and operational efficiency. But do companies feel they have the asset information and understanding they need to underpin the shift? Utility Week explores the challenge in a new report.
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Digital transformation and collaboration will be two of the key drivers for the utilities sector if it is to achieve its potential as an enabler of the net-zero journey. But how do we break down silos, upgrade analogue skills for a digital age and convince customers that their data is safe with utilities? A new report by Utility Week, in association with Amazon Web Services, seeks answers to these timely questions.
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Less than one per cent of megaprojects deliver the promised benefits on time and on budget. Download this report from Vision to learn why they go wrong, how you can fix them and why the fix works. The report also explores how these lessons can be applied to all capital projects of scale.
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The Heat and Buildings Strategy has finally emerged, alongside a slew of other green policies. In this free-to-download report for the heat market, Utility Week examines the key pledges and timescales enshrined in this much-anticipated blueprint.
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The UK energy industry has been going through one of the most tumultuous periods since privatisation. Shocking energy price rises compounded by a not-fit-for-purpose price cap, has forced 12 retail suppliers out of business in 2021 impacting more than 2.2 million households. Even the regulator Ofgem has said its time for a review.
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