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As the rollout looms, the complexity of processes at work in the rollout of smart meters and metering systems is skyrocketing. Many processes have to be adapted to the new requirements. Learn from the first movers what needs to be planned, decided, and organized before the first smart meter can be rolled out – and why it’s critical to do this early on.
And let’s not forget the customer. We take the example of an Australian energy provider to show how you can successfully increase customer acceptance of smart metering. You’ll also find articles on security in smart metering, news from the world of virtual power plants, and information on webinars and events where you can meet with us.
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A law governing the digitalization of Germany’s transition to a new energy economy has just been drafted. Is this really the green light for the rollout? Or should those concerned already be well into their preparations?
What needs to be planned, decided, and organized before the first smart meter can even be rolled out?
Here you can find some considerations that first movers are dealing with.
Is the approaching smart meter rollout an established routine process that just happens to involve larger volumes, or do energy providers and utilities need to prepare for something new?
Get to know more facts about the process of efficient learning and doing.
Smart metering needs connectivity and customer acceptance. Is the relation between the three aspects the desired "triangle of success" or rather a blind spot?
Read how to enrich your business plan with customer acceptance and what energy providers especially in Germany can draw from other countries’ experiences.
In light of the increasing digitalization of the energy industry, it is absolutely necessary for all energy providers to engage with the issue of security.
There are plenty of opportunities for companies to improve their in-house data security and data protection.
Learn why security – especially at utilities – is a matter for top management.
The Virtual Power Plant (VPP) is no longer what it was before. New demands of the energy market as well as the Internet of Things (IoT) have given rise to a new generation of VPPs.
But what are the key criteria that set next-generation VPPs apart from traditional ones? How does your VPP stack up? Find out in this article and evaluate your own VPP with our checklist.
Virtual Power Plants have the potential to tap new sources of revenue in direct marketing, demand response, and feed-in management – and to stabilize grids. It’s no wonder that they’re becoming the focus at more and more power companies.
In this webinar, we highlight the challenges that are facing trading and network management. You’ll learn what functionalities our Virtual Power Plant Manager offers to help you optimize energy trading and grid stability.
The webinar will be held in English.