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    Electric utilities

    A modern electric utility is a smart utility. Overcome evolving challenges and meet the needs of your customers, today and in the future, with our innovative solutions for utilities.

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    Challenges

    Trying to significantly reduce costs while ensuring operational excellence, digitising end-to-end processes and improving operational performance. Also, balancing high-demand hours with low intermittent production, risking forced demand curtailment and blackouts.

    Why work with Schneider Electric?

    • Tools icon Operational excellence We help you become more productive in a changing energy world by reducing costs, enabling safe and reliable operations, and maintaining grid stability.
    • Graph up icon Expertise in distributed energy We offer new services to help you improve your customer service, comply with renewable regulations, and leverage grid flexibility.
    • Smart utility ebook

      How will smart utilities use big data to manage their assets? The Smart Grid: a myth or a reality? How to balance renewables? Discover this and more about prosumers, microgrids and network security in our ebook

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      The future of reliability for utilities
    • GreenLys: a smart partnership for the smart grid

      In the French cities of Lyon and Grenoble, the first full-scale demonstration project, Greenlys, is testing smart grid operations over the whole electricity supply chain. It links producers, distributors and various types of consumers.

    • Reducing outages with a self-healing grid in Rotterdam

      One of Holland's largest utilities, Stedin, has modernised its existing grid infrastructure to reduce power outages.

    • How predictive analytics tools benefit power utility asset management

      The regulatory and operational landscape of utilities is highly complex. Thorough research-based strategic planning is essential.

      This paper presents a proven five-step methodology for developing a cost-effective roadmap and maximising the benefits of smart grid capabilities.

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