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Agility in energy

Today, even the most challenging demands can be successfully met with existing technology.

In view of the dramatically changing energy landscape, grid operators and utilities are faced with completely new technical and market challenges, which includes but is not limited to, the rapid development of advanced digital technologies.

[quote]Agility, the ability to approach business operations and resources in a highly flexible, responsive manner, is increasingly becoming key to ensuring the reliability, efficiency, and sustainability of the power supply system as well as to a successful market position.

By adopting an agile approach, companies can benefit from the unique possibilities that automation and digitalisation can offer.

Through agility, companies can achieve improved reliability and efficiency, outstanding consistency, and excellent response speed for their operations.

Broaden your knowledge and experience

By immersing yourself in a wide range of talks, presentations, demonstrations, and use cases, which illustrate why agility is the basis for sustainable market success, it will become evident how this approach can create new opportunities directly from your control room, across the grid and out to the meter or to the smart building.

At the forthcoming Africa Utility Week 2016, Siemens will be presenting exciting practical examples on how to stay ahead of trends such as distributed energy systems, integration of renewable energy sources, changing customer behaviour, and new forms of competitive advantage.

Visit Siemens at the South African ElectroTechnical  Export Council (SAEEC)  pavilion, stand SA01 during Africa Utility Week, 17 – 19 May 2016. Register online at African Utility Week for your free exhibition pass.

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Ashley Theron
Ashley Theron-Ord is based in Cape Town, South Africa at Clarion Events-Africa. She is the Senior Content Producer across media brands including ESI Africa, Smart Energy International, Power Engineering International and Mining Review Africa.