Energy Transition – PART 3
PRIORITIES FOR CHANGE: HANSEN SOLUTIONS FOR THE ENERGY TRANSITION
A Hansen POV Paper
ENERGY TRANSITION – PART 3
Priorities for Change: Hansen Solutions for The Energy TransitionDOWNLOAD NOW
Business model redesign as a response to the conditions of the energy transition is accelerating with the increasing speed of technology advancement. Energy companies are busy doing their research, looking into how they need to change and adapt. But how do they prioritise? What areas should they look at changing first?
Download our exclusive paper as Hansen provides its view on the priorities for change, in the context of the energy transition, and how that is realised in the Hansen Create-Deliver-Engage Suite for Energy and Utilities.
You’ll learn about:
- How to prepare your business and operational systems for the full impact of DER
- Two cases where Hansen is assisting energy providers adapt to the energy transition
- The priorities for change and how that is realised in the Hansen Create-Deliver-Engage Suite for Energy and Utilities
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We opened this series of papers by defining the energy transition as a shift from a system characterised by large, centralised resources with one-way flows of energy and information, to an advanced grid market with distributed, decentralised, and decarbonised resources with two-way flows of energy and information. The energy transition manifests itself as a combination of technological evolution, decentralisation of energy management and customer empowerment.
In the second paper, we examined how distributed energy resources (DER) influence the energy industry of today and tomorrow. Energy companies are experiencing fundamental changes in business operations due to a constantly developing market environment.
In this third paper in the Energy Transition series, Hansen provides our view on the priorities for change and how that is realised in the Hansen Create-Deliver-Engage Suite for Energy and Utilities. In addition, we review two cases where Hansen is assisting energy providers that are in the midst of adapting to the energy transition as examples of how providers are reacting in operational development.