Archive for October, 2013

Why energy data analytics is getting smarter

The value of energy data goes far beyond simple meter-to-cash billing improvements. New machine learning technology can help utilities spot patterns in energy data that can enhance operations, identify problems, aid long-term planning for assets and networks, and much more.

Machine learning algorithms can help utilities address with a broad range of practical and strategic questions, such as:

  • Which customers are more likely to switch providers?
  • Which meters are more likely to have problems?
  • How to adapt grid operations to accommodate fluctuating levels of renewable resources?

This month, at European Utility Week, Krishan Gupta (Director of Product Management for eMeter, a Siemens business) will give a presentation exploring practical applications of recent advances in AMI analytics technology.

Full post: Machine learning: Why energy data analytics is getting smarter

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October 10, 2013 at 2:37 pm

Energy data ownership: balancing customer privacy and utility service

Smart meters can generate considerable data about how consumers use energy services. But who “owns” that data? This thorny issue makes it challenging to balance the consumer’s reasonable expectation of privacy with the utility’s goal of providing better service while enhancing grid operations.

This month, at European Utility Week, Larsh Johnson (Chief Technology Officer for eMeter, a Siemens business) will participate in a panel discussion exploring these issues…

Full post: Energy data ownership: balancing privacy and service

October 8, 2013 at 10:04 pm


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