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Unlocking the potential of digital energy

Summary

In the dynamic landscape of residential energy, digital technologies hold immense untapped potential. However, to fully harness this potential we must confront two critical challenges: interoperability and customer engagement.

This whitepaper explores these challenges and the roadmap to unlocking a ‘digital home energy utopia’, characterised by widespread consumer adoption and industry wide standardised communications protocols. Drawing from insights from leading digital energy experts this whitepaper offers valuable insights for any company looking to strategically position themselves in this growing market.

 

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