Information technology and operational technology are increasingly converging, and data are now available almost everywhere in the grid. The demanding climate goals that are currently in place, the liberalization of the power markets, and changed consumer behavior are further speeding up this transformation.
In the energy systems of the future, the transmission systems are the backbone that supports everything else. At the same time, they serve as the linking central nervous system for power infrastructures. That’s why grid operators today need economically viable strategies and new business models for the energy world of the future.
It is based on an integrated portfolio of products, solutions, and services for power transmission that makes it possible for transmission system operators to successfully and efficiently deal with the four key challenges: providing the required additional network capacities, upgrading existing assets, optimizing grid operation cost-efficiently, and creating the foundations for lasting economic success.
Integrated thinking keeps you prepared for future challenges, so you can consistently enhance value creation. You can master all technical core tasks efficiently and in a way that offers certainty for the future, while ensuring the best possible security of supply and safeguarding against grid outages. You can also digitally retrofit existing assets, and safely and reliably integrate distributed generation and renewables. Moreover, additional potential for added value can be developed by making the necessary infrastructure and data available to the liberalized energy markets as well as by offering various system services to third parties.
All these activities are based on three pillars.
Integrated solutions for the transmission systems of the future open up many new opportunities for you in terms of future-oriented planning, the optimized operation of transmission systems, and the development of new, contemporary options for the creation of added value in distributed, decarbonized energy systems.
Data flows and analytics create flexible control loops that enable you to constantly adapt your transmission systems in line with the continuous process of change.
Digitalization provides the prerequisites for success in an increasingly decarbonized and distributed energy landscape – and it’s gaining momentum. Here’s where you can get first-hand insights from international transmission experts. Learn more about their expectations and experiences with digitally enabled technology in the context of a changing market environment.
The Whitepaper “Digitalization of energy systems” by Bloomberg New Energy Finance is focusing on how digitalization is shaping the energy industry. The paper examines the current impact of digital assets in the power infrastructure and gives an outlook on future drivers and opportunities in this business field.
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