On this week's Interchange podcast, we sidle up to some adult beverages in a back room at GTM's grid edge conference to discuss the biggest topics in the industry.
First, artificial intelligence and machine learning: What do we exactly mean by "distributed intelligence?" We'll examine some clear use cases.
Then on to utility innovation: How do power incumbents grapple with the technologies that could break open their business models? We'll give a candid take on how they're doing.
Finally to GE, Siemens and other industrial giants: Have power generation leaders — even those heavily invested in clean energy — completely underestimated renewables?
Stephen and Shayle are joined by David Groarke, the managing director at Indigo Advisory Group.
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Recommended reading/watching from the Grid Edge Innovation Summit:
- What You Missed at the Grid Edge Summit: Blockchain, Data Cleansing and Distributed Intelligence
- Distributed Energy Poised for ‘Explosive Growth’ on the US Grid
- What Will It Take to Build the Market for Virtual Power Plants?
- A Reckoning for Power Giants: Siemens May Sell Its Gas Turbine Business