The 2015 Paris Climate Agreement Summit was undoubtedly a pivotal moment in human history. For the first time, leaders of 197 countries stood together and shared their commitment to curb climate change.
Ever since the accord was signed, the participating countries have been significantly shoring up their efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and introduce alternative sources of energy.
At the heart of this change is the need to process very large volumes of data from many disparate sources to enable real time monitoring and control of resources for Smart Energy grid and device management.
The digitalisation of the energy sector is essential for reaching net-zero carbon targets, as it will enable organisations to transition to distributed energy sources and maximise the use of renewable energy sources.