Nuclear power provides 60% of all clean energy sources in America, but this clean power source has slowed in innovation due to public wariness. Exelon Corp has been a global lead in guaranteeing safe nuclear opeartions and digital integration.
Many industries have implemented the use of digital technologies to improve their operating models, but one industry has lagged in that adaptation: oil and gas. The oil and gas industry lost motivation for continual improvements and application of new technologies, […]
The bright future of the lightbulb business…
Recently Royal Dutch Shell announced their ambition is to be “the most innovative energy company in the field of digital”. How far away are they from achieving that goal?
The digital transformation of the energy industry is creating new pathways for power companies to compensate for stagnating energy sales. Those who use analytics and new technologies to adapt their core business models will lead the transformation. Those who rely on anachronistic business models will be left behind.
ThinkEco is a New York City based company in the Internet-of-Things (IoT) and energy spaces. They’ve created a piece of hardware called the “Modlet” which connects to their website and mobile apps, allowing customers to monitor their home appliances remotely. The software allows the user to view their personal electricity consumption, be able to control it, and consequently save energy. More importantly for the fiscally-motivated, it helps significantly reduce the customer’s electricity bill.
Thoughts on the way how Samsung is navigating through the challenges and opportunities by Green and Eco Management
Can the world's largest oil company adapt to a world that has lost its love for hydrocarbons?
China, the world’s largest emerging economy, is continuing to experience economic maturation and urbanization of an unprecedented scale. The ballooning urban populations are causing tremendous pressure on energy producers, coupled with enormous amounts of waste. According to Chinese state-owned news […]
From humble origins in hydroelectricity to being one of the largest electricity providers in the US– how how Duke Energy can start the upstream change