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Will AI and data analytics prevent leaks and outages? Are homes getting smarter? Do we have enough data to run smarter networks? Stephen Cousins kicks off our latest Flex series with a look at how far technology is moving from the lab into the field.
Analysis
Following a spate of recent scandals, increasing numbers of consumers are beginning to raise questions about what steps companies, regulators and legislators are taking to ensure their data is adequately protected.
Opinion
Smart meters form the foundation of the utility sector’s digital transformation. But what has the industry learnt about how to use the vast quantities of data at their disposal?
Analysis

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Over the past few years inclusivity has been a rising challenge for the utilities sector, one which is increasingly becoming a focus with regulators, with Ofwat and Ofgem calling for better service for all customers.
Opinion

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With intelligent energy platform Kaluza recently pledging carbon negativity by 2030, the firm reflected on the progress made during EV hook up Project Sciurus, where the firm’s vehicle-to-grid (V2G) plans go next and how the technology can be a key enabler of energy flexibility on the road to net zero.
Analysis
National Grid’s head of digital transformation and innovation strategy, Carolina Tortora, deconstructs the ESO’s new energy system replica and explores how digital twin technology has helped drive both the Covid vaccine rollout and Mercedes’ recent success in Formula One.
Analysis
UW Innovate caught up with Yasmin Ali – energy innovation project manager at BEIS – to reflect on her 11 years in utilities ahead of her appearance at Utility Week’s Adapting for Net Zero Conference 2021.
Interviews
CEO and founder of the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, Celia Greaves, believes the UK stands before a gaping ‘window of opportunity’ to take a global lead on fuel cells – despite ‘very little’ recent attention.
Comment
The Women in Utilities Network (WUN) has urged utility companies not to use the pandemic as an excuse to hide their gender pay gap data. The group called on the sector to publish data for 2019/20 despite government suspending the requirement to do so.
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