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National Grid (formerly known as Western Power Distribution) has partnered with CGI to assist in the delivery of a new project which will find innovative ways of using smart meter data to help equip the electricity network for the mass...

CGI brings industry expertise and proven solutions to help energy and utilities clients use digitization and data to evolve their operations and better serve their customers. We are pleased to participate in important assessments by market intelligence firms that help...

Driven by the energy transition and large-scale grid expansion, pressure on the underground infrastructure, such as trenches, is increasing. Ad hoc exchange of information on such infrastructure via multiple applications is not secure or sustainable. Organizations must shift to a...

This STEM@CGI activity pack helps us think of ways to reduce the amount of carbon emissions that contribute to climate change on our planet.

The accelerated drive to net-zero is fueling adoption of sustainable energy sources and technologies. This includes greater use of renewable energy, the development of new energy ecosystems, and installing smart meters to better analyze energy consumption data.

CGI has been selected by EDF's Commerce Division to help maintain and develop business automation at the world’s biggest power company, serving more than 27 million customers in France.

The dress rehearsal exercise of Fingrid Datahub, a centralized information exchange system for the electricity retail market, ended successfully in December 2021. Performed in close cooperation with industry participants, the exercise demonstrated the industry and Datahub’s readiness for roll out...

Finnish electricity distribution service company Elenia has chosen CGI to provide a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. This solution will help Elenia manage its network contracts more effectively and halve the carbon footprint of its systems. It will also...

On November 3, the professional jury of the 2021 Computable Awards and the public chose the C-ARM program as the winner in the Large Business ICT Project category. C-ARM processes market meter data for all seven Dutch distribution grid operators