2nd Internet of Energy Conference to take place on 6–7 Mar 2018

Vienna House Andel’s Berlin, Landsberger Allee, Berlin, Germany

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Join the conversation in 2018 at the industry-leading event on the future of the Internet of Energy

The energy sector is being transformed rapidly by technology and IoT, data analysis and Artificial Intelligence are the drivers of that change. The Internet of Energy 2018 is the industry’s meeting place to uncover the massive impact these technologies are already having.

Ambitious decarbonisation targets, coupled with dwindling profit margins and antiquated legacy systems, are increasing pressure on traditional utilities to find new and profitable business models. The democratisation of energy, coupled with consumers demanding new services from providers, means the risk of disintermediation for traditional suppliers is real. Change must happen fast.

Now in its second year, the annual Internet of Energy is Europe’s leading event exploring the business case for Internet of Things in the electric utilities sector. Internet of Energy will equip you with the skillset to capture future market share by leveraging IoT to optimise the integration of renewable energy, and establish flexible and profitable business models.

 

Source: https://ioe-de.internetofbusiness.com



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