Graham Campbell, chair of Energy Network Association’s Data and Digitalisation Steering Group and head of whole system and commercial at SP Energy Networks, offers an overview of the Steering Group and its priorities for the year ahead.
A webinar to explore how technical building blocks should combine with markets, incentives and culture change to ensure the full value of energy system digitalisation on the road to net zero is unleashed.
Utilities are confronted by a deluge of data on a daily basis. But as you gain more insight about your hardware, your software and your customers—their wants, their needs, their anxieties, their choice of solar panel installations—what are you doing with it?
A new report has said energy regulatory requirements are often “poorly focused, overcomplex and unduly burdensome” with disproportionate resource diverted towards demonstrating compliance rather than delivering improvements.
Unlocking the potential of asset data for smarter network operation and step changes in efficiency relies on achieving a universal asset language. This detailed report sets out the benefits that ISO 55000 can bring to companies with smart utility aspirations.
There has been much talk of the need for the utilities sector to make better use of the huge amount of data at its disposal. However, this opportunity must be balanced with the increasing sensitivity of the public about how their data is handled, writes Gemserv’s head of digital transformation, Edward Williams.
The energy system is being hindered by poor quality, inaccurate or missing data, while crucial information is often restricted or hard to find, a new report has concluded. The Energy Data Taskforce has today issued its five recommendations to modernise the sector’s approach to digitalisation.
The first step towards the data architecture needed for a shared systems future is "to let go of the control of data," according to Samir Rahim, chief information officer of water retail market operator MOSL.