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Digitalization is a megatrend and a driving force in accelerating the development of new technologies and consumer-centric services in the utilities sector.
While operating fully digitized grids, energy companies will be able to benefit from greater reliability and resilience of “self-healing” networks and increased financial transparency, while end consumers will start playing a more active role in the energy market.
As a leading industry player, Landis+Gyr is driving evolution beyond smart metering and smart grid towards Internet of Things by providing advanced energy management solutions that deliver remarkable control, greater efficiency, better insights and a more conscious use of resources.
Gridstream® is our solution for an intelligent grid.
Having deployed the largest number of smart metering solutions worldwide, Landis+Gyr delivers leading-edge technology and expertise in implementing smart energy projects of different scale and complexity.
Grid digitization offers utilities the chance to redefine their business models by improving their internal operations and the services they deliver to end consumers.
The utility industry has been deploying smart meters for about 15 years and by 2020 it is estimated that greater than 80% of the consumers in the United States electricity market will have one. So by now, smart metering benefits should be well understood and their deployment largely routine. Yes – and no, says Dave Connaker, General Manager for Analytics at Landis+Gyr.
The smart grid is a transformed power system that can accommodate a large penetration of distributed renewables, system flexibility and consumer participation in markets by combining information and communications technology (ICT) with existing and innovative energy infrastructure.