The ongoing energy transition in Europe, combined with the digital revolution as a whole, is leading to
lasting changes to the environment in which the electrical system operates:
– The adaptation of our production to renewable energies.
– A growing number of actors with different ways of thinking, which means that decisions are made within
very short deadlines and on the basis of criteria that go far beyond purely technical and economic aspects
considerations.
– Technical solutions for which we do not yet have an overview.
– The globalization of business models that encourage use rather than ownership, dematerialization rather than
infrastructure, intermediation rather than centralization.
– Last but not least – and this is an intrinsically decisive factor in the power system – the need to have a stable infrastructure, not just a centralized one.
mention the decrease, the levels of energy consumption.
As a result, the complexity of energy systems is increasing and, at the same time, the growing amount of data
available can help us better understand the behavior of our infrastructure and its users. Only our
The ability to harness, process and interpret our world’s data will help us make the transition to sustainable energy.
with regard to social, technological, economic, ecological and environmental aspects.

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