Explore how the energy transition is being enabled by digital transformation
We are a silver sponsor at this year’s European Utility Week (EUW), one of the largest Energy and Utility events in the industry, bringing together top-level European professionals to form new relationships and hear from some of the world’s leading Energy & Utility experts.
We will take the stage during EUW’s Summit and Hub sessions to reveal the 21st Edition of the World Energy Market Observatory (WEMO). We will be discussing the energy transition triggered by digital technologies, as well as explore the e-mobility of tomorrow and the future EV charging infrastructure ecosystem and emerging business models.
Key Findings of 21st Edition World Energy Market Observatory 2019
World Energy Markets Observatory (WEMO) is our annual thought leadership and research report that includes useful insights and trends that every energy and utility player needs to know, as they plan for the future of their business.
This year’s 21st edition, covers the main indicators of the electricity and gas markets in Europe, North America, Australia and Southeast Asia, as well as India & China, and reports on developments and transformations in:
- Energy Transition progression, the impact of geopolitical tensions, competition, transformation, new models and climate change
- Panorama of future sector technologies and their possible impacts on the industry
Speaker: Philippe Vié, Global Head of Energy, Utilities, and Chemicals
Date: 13-Nov-2019, 12:20 – 12:40
Energy Transition and the Digital Levers forcing Transformation
Florent will share his view on the energy mix transformation, touching on decarbonization, renewable growth, as well as new technologies, new usages (electric mobility) and energy efficiencies that are triggered by digital technology.
Speaker: Florent Andrillon, Vice President Capgemini Invent
Date: 13-Nov-2019 15:15 15:30
Key success factors defining the E-mobility of tomorrow
We’ll focus on the EV charging infrastructure ecosystem and emerging business models and provide new perspectives to the EV charging market for light-duty vehicles based on one of our recent research reports, where we analyzed the ecosystem and identified emerging business models.
During our research we conducted interviews with industry executives from energy companies to automakers, academics and representative samples of customers to provide the most encompassing study on the charging infrastructure market to date.
Speaker: Ozlem Bozyurt, Managing Consultant – Capgemini Invent
Date: 12-Nov-2019 16:00 – 16:15
Our World Energy Markets Observatory (WEMO) 2019 has launched. Get your free copy today!
Listen to our WEMO: The World Energy Markets Observatory Podcast
Our WEMO podcast offers Energy and Utility industry leaders expert insights on current trends and recommendations on how to better serve their customers in the digital age.
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