Advancing energy transition through technological innovation
Production from renewable sources around the world is expected to continue to grow in the coming years, driven by new technologies and supported by new business models.
The 20s are the electric decade: the process of replacing technologies that use fossil fuels (such as coal, oil and natural gas, hydrogen) with technologies that run on electricity is driven by the achievement of climate goals.
As renewable energy continues to grow, infrastructure challenges will increase in importance, requiring support for new services and new market rules, while also ensuring grid balance.
Production, assets and infrastructure, end-user devices. Digital supports renewed customer, enables intelligent energy and power management solutions based on automation and data interaction, and supports employee operations.
The energy transition passes through the development of circular economy initiatives and strategies aimed at introducing an efficient and sustainable use of energy.