Volatile oil prices, increases competition, disruptive technologies, and emerging threats, bring increased focus on operational readiness.
Stricter CO2 regulations are impacting how power and utility companies monitor, report and deliver energy services to customers.
The rise in consumer demand for electric vehicles, increased solar energy production, reduction battery prices and a rebirth in the carbon credit market, fuel continued growth in green investments.
Developments in warehouse robotics and driverless trucking will significantly reduce organizational costs and help reduce energy consumption.
Wireless sensors capabilities are providing regulators and consumers greater transparency into services provided and competitive offerings.
The emergence of AI/ML technologies are creating new opportunities for energy and transportation firms to identify efficiencies, understand operational risks and predict potential threats.
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