Organizations are always looking for ways to gain efficiency and cut costs. One way to do that is to look at the power bill. How much does the company spend on heat and electricity? What factors affect usage? Are there any ways to reduce the spending in these areas?
It's getting much easier today to get a real picture how companies and consumers are using power. Energy companies are equipping residential, industrial, and commercial buildings with smart meters, and IoT devices. Data is being collected on a bigger scale than ever before, giving power utilities and private organizations new windows into the factors that impact energy use.
These insights not only have the potential to help businesses and individuals make more energy efficient decisions and control costs, but also set prices, predict usage trends and modernize the grid to defend it against attacks.
In this show we'll talk about how data and analytics are changing the way we consume energy, what lessons have been learned about our energy use, and how we can apply new insights.
Boston University Professor of Geography and the Environment Robert K. Kaufmann will join the discussion as our guest on Feb. 14 at 1 pm ET/10 am PT and answer questions about how analytics can be applied to energy use data. We hope you can join us, too.
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