Power-to-X is a rapidly growing market opportunity in the global energy transition, as future fuels will be the key to enabling and accelerating decarbonized societies at the final stage of achieving 100% renewable energy. This webinar will explore how Power-to-X can decarbonize industry, transportation and the energy sector - all while utilizing existing infrastructures. Join this webinar to learn about the crucial role that Power-to-X will play in the transition to 100% renewable energy systems.
Learn how developers, owners, operators, and investors are deploying AI-powered contract intelligence to level up land management for the digital age, meeting the challenges of increased asset volume and document complexity. Speakers will discuss and demonstrate opportunities to improve efficiency in a variety of use cases, including:
In this webinar, Wood Mackenzie analysts will walk through its latest Accelerated Energy Transition scenarios and provide an interpretation of what it would take to reach a 1.5-degrees pathway.
Adoption of cloud computing by the utility sector is increasing, but is still hampered by legacy regulations that limit widespread usage. In this session, IBM subject matter experts will share their perspectives on where utilities are seeing value from cloud adoption, IBM engagement with US regulators, and models to improve the financial impact of the cloud on the utilities.
Storage developers can lower their levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) by using the low-voltage AC coupling method. In this webinar, energy and infrastructure experts from TMEIC will compare conventional AC and DC coupling with the low-voltage coupling method, exploring the salient features and application considerations of each approach.
Integrating storage into your projects can be challenging for many developers. However, with artificial intelligence, you can accurately forecast and optimize front-of-the-meter (FTM) storage on the grid for the wholesale market. In this webinar, we will speak to an audience of FTM project developers, lead asset professionals, independent power producers, load serving entities, and more on “future-proofing” revenue streams and unlocking opportunities for FTM storage as energy markets evolve.
PV plants are often exposed to hazards that put the installation at risk of becoming an unpredictable economic investment. For this reason, single-axis solar tracker design must comply with a series of parameters that take into account the aeroelastic effects caused by the wind. Electronics improvement is also required to face weather phenomena such as cyclones, high winds or electrical storms.