In previous articles of Wipro’s Energy 2020 blog series, we discussed the interplay of three major forces – maturing long-term energy trends, collapsing oil prices, and long-term ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic – and how these events will push energy companies to adapt their business models driven by the evolution of a different energy consumer.
As part of a government-mandated smart meter rollout of roughly 53 million electric and gas meters across Great Britain, our client is responsible for deploying 5 million smart meters for their customers by 2024.
Balancing electricity supply and demand is the primary role of electricity system operators (ESOs). ESOs work to maintain a standard grid frequency at which power system equipment and consumer devices are designed to operate safely
Energy companies are under pressure to deploy flexible, agile, and cost-effective architectures in response to the forces driving the Energy 2020 transition. This will require innovative approaches to architecture that mark a paradigm shift from the past.
Wipro helps utilities customers in shaping their digital strategy for a new different energy future, designing newer experiences and aligning operations around it.