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Utilities must significantly reduce costs while ensuring operational excellence, rapidly digitize end-to-end processes, and improve operational performance. Despite capacity issues, utilities also must balance high-demand hours with low intermittent production risking forced demand curtailment and blackouts. The answer? Intelligent networks, new business models, and new customer services to grow beyond energy sales.

Why work with Schneider Electric

  • Tools icon Operational excellence We help you become more productive in a changing energy world by reducing costs, enabling safe and reliable operations, and maintaining grid stability.
  • Graph up icon Expertise in distributed energy Let's change how grids are managed. We offer new services to help you improve your customer service, comply with renewable regulations, and leverage grid flexibility.
  • Smart utility ebook

    How will smart utilities use big data to manage their assets? The Smart Grid: a myth or a reality? How to balance renewables? Discover this and more about prosumers, microgrids and network security in our ebook

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  • GreenLys: a smart partnership for the smart grid

    In the French cities of Lyon and Grenoble, the first full-scale demonstration project, Greenlys, is testing smart grid operations over the whole electricity supply chain, linking producers, distributors, and various types of consumers.

  • Reducing outages with a self-healing grid in Rotterdam

    One of Holland's largest utilities Stedin has modernized its existing grid infrastructure to reduce power outages.

  • How predictive analytics tools benefit power utility asset management

    The regulatory and operational landscape of utilities is highly complex. Thorough research-based strategic planning is essential. This paper presents a proven five-step methodology for developing a cost-effective roadmap for achieving Smart Grid capabilities and maximizing their benefits.

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