Changes in consumer demand and new opportunities in renewable energy production are leading energy companies to invest in alternative sources, modernise their infrastructure and seek new revenue streams.
This will continue as energy and utility companies come to grips with building smarter infrastructure and integrating powerful new technologies and analytics platforms.
While most utilities are increasingly investing in digital assets, they are losing significant growth potential by not transforming their core business model.
As a result, utilities risk being overtaken by new competitors from outside the industry. These new entrants are deploying digital technologies to not only transform the current energy value chain but to create a new energy system for the future.
The Utilities 4.0 summit will bring together C-level, Line of Business, Technology and Data leaders from across the utilities spectrum as well as suppliers and disruptor's to examine the future impact of digitalisation – and to explore the strategies, technologies and partnerships required for utilities to successfully reinvent themselves as digital enterprises.
The Summit mixes high-level keynotes, cross industry case studies from local and global leaders and interactive roundtables moderated by experts.