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CIO Insights - The Critical Importance of Solar Tech Innovation

Tim Jordan, Vice President of Solar Construction, Renewable Energy Systems

CIO Insights - The Critical Importance of Solar Tech Innovation

Despite the growing adoption of renewable energy, solar technology innovations are still required to help deliver more clean energy into more homes and businesses as quickly as possible.

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From Data Analytics to Data Custodian: The Future of Asset Management

Nicolas Renon, Executive Vice President & Regional Manager, APAC, DNV GL - Energy

From Data Analytics to Data Custodian: The Future of Asset Management

Energy markets are becoming increasingly complex—presenting a number of challenges that must be overcome before the benefits of data analytics in asset management can be fully realized.

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Beyond the Confines of the Traditional Thought Process

Scott Blecke, Vice President of Engineering, Great Lakes Energy

Beyond the Confines of the Traditional Thought Process

In my experience at the energy distribution level, I have witnessed most of the challenges revolving around the large-scale adoption and penetration of new and emerging technologies on the horizon.

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Innovation in Solar Tech

John F. Elter, President, Sustainable Systems LLC

Innovation in Solar Tech

Solar and wind, coupled with falling battery costs, will fundamentally reshape the electricity system, providing roughly 50% of total electricity globally by 2050.

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US Large-Scale Battery Storage Set for Surge of Investment Capital

Catherine Helleux, Co-Head of Transaction Management for the Americas, The Infrastructure Equity team, Allianz Global Investors

US Large-Scale Battery Storage Set for Surge of Investment Capital

Large-scale battery storage offers investors a unique opportunity to make money and fight climate change, to do well and do good.

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Smart Buildings, Smart Business: Why Intelligent Software is the Key to Energy Management

Enrico Ladendorf, Founder and Managing Director, Pason Power

Smart Buildings, Smart Business: Why Intelligent Software is the Key to Energy Management

Besides having integrated software from the beginning, it is equally important to have a system that can adapt on an on-going basis to changing energy usage patterns, changing utility rates, and even changing weather patterns.

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Simplifying eCommerce to Strengthen Oil and Gas Service Company's Bottom Lines

Chris Welsh, CEO, OFS Portal LLC

Simplifying eCommerce to Strengthen Oil and Gas Service Company's Bottom Lines

By implementing a standard solution like order-to-cash, the compliance and integration costs are spread out over the platform’s entire customer base, reducing the development costs of manual updates.

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Standards Deliver Cost Savings to the Oil & Gas Industry

Ross Philo, President & CEO, Energistics

Standards Deliver Cost Savings to the Oil & Gas Industry

Give a thought to how standards impact every aspect of your daily and professional lives.

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Downstream Out of the Cloud: The Future of Oil and Gas Logistics

Michael Martens, Managing Partner & CEO, Implico

Downstream Out of the Cloud: The Future of Oil and Gas Logistics

Transporting petroleum products is not the only important task in the oil and gas industry.

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Oil and Gas Industry to benefit from Cloud

Jeff T. Taynton, CTO, Fielding Systems

Oil and Gas Industry to benefit from Cloud

Maximize the benefits of the Azure platform by utilizing various services such as table & blob storage, queues, service bus and distributed caching.

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