The information agenda guide for energy and utilities

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Smart projects help consumers save 10% on their utility bills. Imagine the savings when this is scaled to include companies.

Unprecedented change is taking place in the energy and utilities industry. Consumer and regulatory pressures are driving industry innovations, including consolidation, green energy initiatives, energy trading and carbon credit trading. Companies are replacing an aging infrastructure and installing an intelligent utilities network. Customers continue to look to their energy and utility company to take a lead role in environmental issues.

The key to managing these activities is successfully leveraging all of the information in the enterprise. Successful energy and utility companies will be those that find a way to make their information work as a strategic resource. Those that don’t have a plan will be frustrated and overwhelmed with increasing volumes of information.

For further information, please click here to download the IBM white paper

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