Digital Twin of the Month: How turbines are taking over Texas

Written by Matthew Mikell | December 19, 2017 | Blog, Digital Twin

Our digital twin story this month is that of a wind turbine, used around the world to develop clean and sustainable energy; on some days it might even be free. During October storms in Germany these turbines “generated enough wind power at the weekend to give consumers free energy,” meaning costs fell below zero where producers had to ...read more

Energy & Utilities: Transforming in an era of disruption

Written by Karen Lewis | May 15, 2017 | Asset Management

Energy and utility providers face major disruptions to their business models, revenue streams and regulatory relationships. These challenges are unparalleled in their history. They demand agility on the part of the utilities to survive and thrive through this era. Industry trends influencing operational and investment planning decisions As a result of improving technologies and emerging ...read more

3 ways IoT will change smart meters for utilities

Written by Matt Bellias | December 1, 2016 | Article, Energy and Utilities

The concept of a smart grid, and the smart meters that are used to measure it, predated the Internet of Things.  If we think about IoT as simply the networking of physical devices to allow them to exchange data, then energy & utilities companies building smart grids could be considered leaders of the early IoT ...read more