COVID-19’s devastating impact on health and the global economy also has a silver lining: an opportunity to tackle climate change.
Enter wind and solar – rapidly growing sources of renewable, affordable and available energy in Europe. As the EU mobilizes to support green energy
As the promise of renewable energy paints pictures of an ever brighter future, energy suppliers find themselves locked in a fierce battle for supremacy. Will you be able to seize the advantage in an industry that thrives on data? No matter who triumphs in the battle for the renewable energy market
Renewable energy storage and predictive analytics have the potential to solve challenges in the wind and solar energy field. Advanced analytics, IoT technologies and energy storage technologies provide energy and utility organizations the opportunity to increase the sophistication of their demand
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
In part 1 of a 3 part series, Jim Harris, best-selling author and Green IT expert. and Graeme Noseworthy, Senior Content Marketer at IBM, discuss the ongoing challenges in the energy and utilities surrounding over built supply, As consumers search for more options to go green and get cheaper power
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.