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Andrew Donaher
Andrew Donaher

Why getting your data in order is key to enabling “speed to trusted action” for the energy transition

2023-01-30 Utilities are dealing with exponential growth in the volume and complexity of data. At the same time, they are readying for the energy transition by preparing networks to support electrification and increased use of renewable energy resources, like wind, solar...

Marine Wurtz - Manager, Energy & Utilities – CGI Business Consulting
Marine Wurtz

7 ways energy and utility companies can act on the 2022 IPCC climate and energy system findings

2022-12-12 “It is the defining issue of our age. It is the central challenge of our century. It is unacceptable, outrageous and self-defeating to put it on the back burner.” These were the words of UN Secretary-General António Guterres in his...

Saoud Kitana
Saoud Kitana

Three examples of how innovation is driving forward a more robust utilities sector

2022-10-11 Innovation is a continuous journey for utilities requiring a long-term and strategic approach to successfully transform to realize tomorrow's competitive advantage. A key enabler is to embed innovation into the organization’s DNA.

Terry Jaeger
Terry Jaeger

Revolutionizing the customer experience in energy and utilities with the cloud

2022-09-09 Energy and utilities companies are increasingly moving to the cloud to gain a number of business advantages, including enhanced data security and access. Migrating data to the cloud is not only a more secure way to store data, but also...

Juanjo Berdoy
Juanjo Berdoy

Enabling an intelligent energy transition

2022-08-29 The energy transition, one of the pillars of the fight against climate change on a global scale, has gained in urgency for the European Union (EU) as a result of the consequences of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in terms...

Peter Warren
Peter Warren

Global events accelerate the need for local energy supply strategies

2022-03-30 The tragic humanitarian and economic crisis resulting from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will have both long- and short-term impacts on the energy supply chain as nations reevaluate their energy security and sovereignty postures.

Nicole Zethelius

Using game theory to unlock the business value of sustainability

2022-03-14 Five recommendations based on the game-theoretic principle that can help you advance your sustainability journey while ensuring growth and profit.

Rich Hampshire
Rich Hampshire

Paving the path to a digitalized energy system

2021-10-07 The role of data and digitalization in energy and climate transitions is unquestionably growing. As other sectors look to accelerate their own journeys toward net zero by decarbonizing their energy use, the energy sector is increasingly recognized to be at...

Pedro Carmo

Making green hydrogen a viable strategy to drive decarbonization

2021-08-12 Green hydrogen is fast emerging as a promising strategy to drive decarbonization and achieve climate goals. It uses electricity from renewable energy sources to split water into hydrogen and oxygen using a process called electrolysis. During this process, no CO2...