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Transformation in Utility Telecommunications - IoT, M2M, Smart Grids - How Can We Manage the Transition?

 Robert Heiliger
  25th-Oct-2017
Description: Decentralization of energy supply: Increasing renewables capacity expected in our grids until 2025 and is gradually changing the DSOs role Digitalization: Smart meters and increasing data communication will lead to more data and thereby to new chances in customer interfaces, process automation and grid analytics. Customers/Prosumers: Self-consumption will increase, but customers will also increase power usage with eMobility and heating. Customers will offer flexibility and thus actively contribute to system stability and affordability Disruptive developments: For example the break-through in storage technologies or the emergence of microgrids may change our business
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Domain: Electronics
Category: IT
Contents:
Transformation in Utility Telecommunications –
IoT, M2M, Smart Grids – How Can We Manage
the Transition?
Robert Heiliger
Head of Innovation Energy networks

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Megatrends drive changes within the energy world

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