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What is the Value of Native Data in a Market Potential Study?

Energy efficiency market potential studies (“potential studies”) are a common planning tool for energy efficiency providers, stakeholders and regulators. Potential studies date back to the 1980s, with the objective of identifying energy efficienc ...

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What are the risks of drowning if I build my own data lake?

What are the risks of drowning if I build my own data lake?

Every utility analytics conference you attend these days seems to have one or two sessions discussing data lakes.  What is a data lake anyway?  Wikipedia defines it as “a method of storing enterprise data within a system or repository, in its nat ...

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Beyond the closet:  What’s in your enterprise OR Co-location. Location. Location.

Beyond the closet: What’s in your enterprise OR Co-location. Location. Location.

When it comes to data, space matters – and we’re not talking outer, interstellar, or underwater (yet). For some organizations, there isn’t enough space to store, manage, and access their enormous amounts of bits and bytes. Or terabytes. ...

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Year in Review: Top 10 Energy in Transition blog posts from 2016

As we find ourselves at the beginning of 2017, we’d like to take a moment to look back at our most popular blog posts from the 2016, which included hot topics around energy efficiency, wind, solar, renewable integration, smart metering, and energy ...

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What’s lurking in your closet?

What’s lurking in your closet?

When most people think of closets, they think of a room full of clothes and shoes – or brooms and dust bunnies. But in the world of data, clouds, and IT, a “closet” is a miniature server center: a room that houses working data processing and ...

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Data, data, sensors, sensors, everywhere!

After attending back to back smart city conferences—VERGE (Where Technology Meets Sustainability) and Smart Cities Week (every smart technology under the sun)—I have to say that everyone recognizes the enormous potential to do good with Big Data ...

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Data Centers: What’s Behind Their Growth and Challenges They Face?

Data Centers: What’s Behind Their Growth and Challenges They Face?

Data Centers: What’s behind their growth, and challenges they face? Companies face ever-changing demands for data. Now we often hear things like “Big Data” or “The Cloud” as a solution to manage it more easily.  Well what does this all ...

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Why the End of Moore’s Law Will Drive Energy Efficient Data Centers

Why the End of Moore’s Law Will Drive Energy Efficient Data Centers

Introduction The March 12 edition of The Economist Magazine declared that after 40 years “the End of Moore’s Law is in sight”.  Moore’s Law—actually more like a rule of thumb—was first expressed in a 1965 paper by Gordon Moore, an Int ...

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Becoming a More Digitally-Focused Organization

Digital solutions form a growing trend across both our work and personal lives. The tools with which we and almost anyone can create, analyze, leverage, and display data are endless, opening new frontiers across our enterprise. I recently spent a cou ...

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