Digital transformation of the energy industry is improving efficiency and safety, and it is facilitating the increased use of renewable energy.
Digital transformation is a crucial ingredient in the energy transition, allowing the integration of more and more renewable energies throughout the electrical system, increasing network reliability and helping to better manage energy demand. But the question remains how does the industry respond.
Digital transformation is a crucial ingredient in the energy transition, allowing the integration of more and more renewable energies throughout the electrical system, increasing network reliability, and helping to better manage energy demand.
Energy companies have failed to achieve substantial business value from DX because of their normal approaches do not account for the unique challenges of being an energy company. This creates an extraordinary tendency to do nothing. Breaking that old will require far bolder action than energy companies have been comfortable taking to date.
Digital business transformation will be the enabling force in the global drive to reduce carbon emissions. If energy suppliers are to realise their Net Zero ambitions, a significant re-evaluation of their digital strategies needs to take place. Energy organisations must commit to transformation long term if they are to keep up with the rest of the world.