Understanding data and data relationships is particularly vital in the energy and utilities industry. Discover how industry data models serve as blueprints for defining structures that provide a broad, in-depth view of business, and how they helped one energy and utilities organization extract data
Sophisticated urban developments will play a key role in the future of wind energy. As areas with higher population densities consider integrating high-tech wind developments, city planners and energy providers must adopt some of the latest technologies and approaches to preliminary impact modeling
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.
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
InterGen wanted to analyze large amounts of data in lots of different ways. They went from data analytics via spreadsheet to IBM Cognos TM1 for all of their budgeting and forecasting. Now, Intergen is able to make decisions faster with more effectiveness using IBM Analytics solutions.
A stationary battery capable of powering someone's home may be released in the next few months. How will these technologies impact utility companies? How should they prepare to ensure their business stays successful?