Payal Kapoor
by on April 10, 2024

The rollout of AI and diversified portfolio management has made this status quo untenable. Coordinating and optimizing sites that run on separate but interdependent systems come with significant difficulties in operations, monitoring, management and compliance.

Connecting to the electrical grid and managing the flow of energy to and from the grid requires careful planning and coordination, especially when dealing with multiple plants. As the world grapples with the pressing need to transition to sustainable and renewable energy sources, artificial intelligence (AI) emerges as a powerful change agent. By managing a mix of energy assets with the help of AI energy, operators can adapt to market demands and technological advancements.

AI applications are everywhere. In today’s competitive energy landscape, we must embrace AI-enabling software that facilitate modular growth while protecting current investments in existing infrastructure. In this new wave of digital transformation.

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