Webinar: The data impact of smart meters and the implications for the utilities sector

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Information Builders

Services in the fields of Business Intelligence, Data Integration and Data Quality solutions

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Clinton Etheridge

Senior Systems Engineer at Information Builders.

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Iagan MacNeil

Head of Policy at Smart Energy GB

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Andrew Coleman

Head of Smart Metering Transition at Bristol Energy

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Ioannis Paraskevas

Research Fellow at University of Salford

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Smart meters — the foundation for two-way communication and data exchange between utilities companies and their customers — can revolutionise how consumers use energy, giving them increased choice and flexibility in when and how they consume power. In this webinar we explore, the data impact of smart meters and the implications for the utilities sector, and how traditional suppliers can overcome increased competition from a new breed of energy provider. This webinar took place on January 31, 2020. It is now available to view on demand. Click the 'Book Now' bar above or below to sign-up and watch.

31 Jan

Webinar: The data impact of smart meters and the implications for the utilities sector

Free

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Smart meters — the foundation for two-way communication and data exchange between utilities companies and their customers — can revolutionise how consumers use energy, giving them increased choice and flexibility in when and how they consume power.

In this webinar we explore, the data impact of smart meters and the implications for the utilities sector, and how traditional suppliers can overcome increased competition from a new breed of energy provider.

This webinar took place on January 31, 2020. It is now available to view on demand. Click the ‘Book Now’ bar above or below to sign-up and watch.

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