Whitepaper - Transforming the Energy & Utilities Industry with Smart Analytics


According to market forecasts, energy and utility industry players were planning to invest US$7 billion on big data and analytics in 2014 which represents one of the highest cross-industry spending at 15% (ABI Research, 2014). Given an annual average CAGR of 25%, the same figure is likely to increase by three times to US$21 billion by 2019. Key business drivers behind the adoption of energy data analytics include cost reduction through demand response and generation programs, personalized customer care, the growing complexity of customer data and an increasing need to comply with regulatory norms.

Major utility players are set to roll out millions of smart meters with an aim to generate actionable insights even though as per the industry's own admission, any serious effort toward monetization is being undermined by a lack of core IT capabilities, especially in big data technology.

This white paper will showcase how energy and utility providers can unlock potential service opportunities using a reliable predictive analytics solution across all stages of the business cycle.

If you're a utility provider, an ISV vendor in the smart grid space or someone curious to learn about the integral role played by data analytics in the energy sector, this white paper is for you.

  • checkmark.png Learn how the onset of smart meters is forcing utility providers to shift from predictable business models to a customer-centric model where they have to concentrate on end user experience.
  • checkmark.png With more than 1 billion data points generated on a monthly basis, what are the biggest challenges utility players face in leveraging big data?
  • checkmark.png Visualizing Energy Data: eInfochips introduces BI/Analytics framework which has successfully helped utility players visualize their data across all stages including data collection, analysis and reporting.
  • checkmark.png Performance and monetization benefits of BI/data analytics in smart homes
  • checkmark.png Potential business areas for utility players: demand response services, coincidental peak demand programs and more.