As governments increase reliance on clean energy, provider analytics plays a crucial role in developing a global energy solutions. China and Germany are two examples of countries leading the way in renewable energy adoption and the potential economic impact of clean energy.
Electric and utility providers can use enterprise content management to create unexpected value for their customers, solidifying their relationship while gaining new degrees of insight. Find out how you can engage your customers by harnessing data on their behalf.
With the increasing pressures being faced by the energy and utilities sector, these organizations must take advantage of enterprise content management solutions to enable asset, workplace and performance management.
Listen as Jim Harris, live from IBM Insight 2015, discusses how utilities and homeowners alike can disrupt the energy industry, conserving energy in the home and using asset analytics to deliver affordable energy to all.
Rapid advances in cognitive computing and machine learning are enabling smart guidance in many scenarios. Coming on the heels of several key recent announcements, discover how line-of-business and other users can now leverage the full range of analytics—cognitive, descriptive, predictive and
With the right approach, energy and utilities companies could enable applications that help create contextual awareness and visual insights for the entire operations team. IBM is helping operations teams in the energy and utilities sector move beyond predictive maintenance to full-grid awareness
It is an exciting time to work for a utility company. The electric grid and utility sector is undergoing the most massive change since Thomas Edison invented the light bulb in 1879. It's safe to say that the technology innovation occurring in the electric grid over the next decade will likely dwarf
The advent of weather analytics has come none too soon. From inventory planning to public safety, organizations around the world are looking to weather data to help inform their decisions. But can they stay afloat in a sea of big data?
Energy companies are still learning how to use smart grid data to predict trends and inform their decision-making. With all this information at their fingertips, utilities must understand which data matters the most and how to transform it into knowledge.
Data reservoirs are useful tools that can help organizations create new products and services, increase customer service and efficiency, and reduce waste and fraud. But what is a data reservoir and how do you create it?
Weather is both asset and liability to energy providers. Even in a world of renewable energy, adverse weather events can create power outages on a citywide scale. Using weather data analysis, energy providers can forecast outages with high levels of reliability, then prevent or mitigate them ahead
The benefits of energy-efficient appliances aren't always apparent when consumers and businesses are in the market for an upgrade. Most consumers do not think about their dishwashers very often, until they break down and need replacing.
Thanks to a deluge of sensor data, not only is our ability to forecast the weather more accurate than ever, but this information also can be used in exciting new ways. In this Internet of Things podcast, see how The Weather Company is helping businesses use weather data for competitive advantage.
Smart grids are the ultimate no-brainer solution for the sensible use of electricity, the commodity that makes our hyperconnected world possible. These tools can intelligently allocate power, saving the planet's finite resources and cutting consumers' energy bills. However, the barriers to this