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European utility Enel has turned to AI software provider C3 to work as a strategic partner of big data platforms and applications across the entire business in a move which it says will strengthen its position at the top of the energy transition.
Energy giant innogy’s International Middle East (IME) division has invested £500,000 in UK energy tech start-up Verv.
Historic datasets and artificial intelligence are to be used to help Western Power Distribution (WPD) predict where new energy technologies like electric vehicles or solar panels will be deployed in the future.
International battery brand Duracell is set to launch a home energy storage system in partnership with a UK energy supply and services company that will use Artificial Intelligence to boost the revenues currently available to homeowners by 400%.
E.On is to release a new smart home technology platform allowing households to aggregate the data and capacity of their electrical devices to manage their energy consumption and even trade it on the market.
Artificial intelligence (AI) could be used to potentially halve the number of power cuts across the UK’s energy system if a new trial being conducted by UK Power Networks (UKPN) and Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is a success.
United Utilities has become the latest intensive energy user to turn to artificial intelligence and demand management to help trim its energy consumption.
Aggregate Industries has become the first adopter of an AI-powered flexibility platform thanks to a partnership between Open Energi and its electricity supplier, Ørsted.