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  • Growth Opportunities in the Global Non-revenue Water (NRW) Smart Leak Management
    Growth Opportunities in the Global Non-revenue Water (NRW) Smart Leak Management
    Fredrick Royan, Paul Hudson, Frost & Sullivan, Lauren Guy, CTO/Co-Founder, UTILIS Recorded: Apr 30 2019 49 mins
    Non-revenue water loss across the globe is estimated to account for about $39 billion annually and there is a renewed urgency to address leakage in pipelines. North America and Europe are driving the market growth with other regions following suit. Digital transformation in water utilities is resulting in the deployment of analytic platforms for event and asset management. Multiple solutions, including both invasive (Smart Ball) and non-invasive (acoustic) sensors for leak detection, are seamlessly integrated into a single platform for leakage management. Water utilities demand accuracy and immediate results to facilitate urgent redressal and reduce non-revenue water losses.

    Key Takeaways:
    • Learn about growth opportunities and regional hotspots
    • Discover new solutions to add value that enables customer satisfaction
    • Identify emerging technologies and their synergies
  • Driving the Growth of Corporate Renewable Energy Market
    Driving the Growth of Corporate Renewable Energy Market
    Shaik Safik, Senior Consulting Analyst, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Apr 23 2019 40 mins
    Driving the Growth of Corporate Renewable Energy Market: Gaining Advantage through Innovative Energy Sourcing Options



    Large corporations around the world are sourcing renewable energy for self-consumption. Companies are becoming part of prestigious groups to source renewable electricity.

    Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Shaik Safik, Senior Consulting Analyst, as he discusses the sourcing methods adopted by corporations across the world to procure renewable energy and how this trend is expected to grow in the future.

    Questions this Session Will Answer:

    · How has the corporate renewable purchase evolved over the years?
    · What are the drivers and barriers for renewable energy purchase at a global level?
    · Who are the major corporate renewable energy purchasers and their renewable energy targets?
    · What are the sourcing methods adopted and the risks involved?
  • Growth Opportunities for Optimizing the Electric Grid through Data Analytics
    Growth Opportunities for Optimizing the Electric Grid through Data Analytics
    Farah Saeed, Research Director, Digital Grids, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Apr 11 2019 37 mins
    There are several cutting-edge companies already present in the market that have introduced their digital platform/architecture for transitioning to a digital grid. However, the industry currently does not have a clear market leader. The presence of unstructured data is creating a tremendous opportunity for the industry to take a market leader position for creating and innovating tools that will help utilities make the smooth transition to a fully digital grid through analytics.

    Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Farah Saeed, Research Director, Digital Grids, for the webinar: Growth Opportunities and Challenges for Optimizing the Electric Grid through Data Analytics. Learn what type of data analytic solutions are gaining the most traction along with market growth projections by region for smart grid analytics.

    Key Takeaways:
    • Gain in-depth market perspective on what the future holds for smart grid analytics
    • Growing data complexity, concern for cybersecurity breaches, and lack of in-house expertise will encourage utilities to explore cloud-based and x-as-a-service offerings
    • Discover why the industry needs to invest in and embrace smart grid analytics
  • The Future of Water Management in US Unconventional Oil and Gas Exploration
    The Future of Water Management in US Unconventional Oil and Gas Exploration
    Seth Cutler, Principal Consultant, Maria Benintende, Senior Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Apr 2 2019 54 mins
    Water requirements to satisfy fracking activity have skyrocketed in high-production basins, such as the Permian Basin, in recent years. The growth of absolute wells is putting pressure on water resources and the volumes of water used per frac are increasing. Aside from the increased cost of water and produced water treatment, the sourcing of frac water and transportation logistics place operators under stress to deliver stable and sustainable operations. These fundamental challenges are changing the way the industry engages with and manages water. An increase in the recycling of produced water and the growth of midstream partners, as well as their financial backers, are changing the industry landscape.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Discover how industry peers are changing their business models to drive sustainable operations.
    • Explore critical opportunities and pitfalls of managing a fundamental resource in a fast-growing industry.
    • Uncover the latest opportunities and challenges impacting future business growth.
  • Growth Opportunities in the Global Battery Energy Storage Market
    Growth Opportunities in the Global Battery Energy Storage Market
    Jonathan Robinson, Program Lead, Utham Ganesh, Energy Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Mar 26 2019 50 mins
    Many battery manufacturers are building energy intelligence into storage systems to unlock multiple revenue opportunities by allowing the customer-sited energy storage to participate in the local energy market. Solar paired with storage is increasingly becoming attractive due to the falling solar PV and battery prices with self-consumption becoming a significant driver toward decentralized energy. The growth of electric vehicles in critical global markets is also expected to spur the adoption of commercial battery storage because of its ability to stabilize the grid as well as generate an additional revenue stream. Partnership across the value chain is necessary to fully realize the potential of multiple revenue-stacking opportunities as the energy markets are rapidly changing with the evolution of numerous business models.

    Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Jonathan Robinson, Program Lead, and Utham Ganesh, Energy Research Analyst, in the webinar: Growth Opportunities in the Global Battery Energy Storage Market. Hear why manufacturers must educate customers and promote the benefits of installing battery energy storage systems by improving the business case, such as aggregating surplus battery power, trading in balancing markets and improving smart home/building connectivity to unlock multiple revenue streams.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Gain insight into the trends in the residential, commercial and industrial battery storage segments.
    • Explore the main motivations behind installing battery storage in regions and potential concerns.
    • Identify the primary business models in battery energy storage and ways to reach the customer.
  • Data Center Investment Opportunities to Fuel Your Growth Pipeline
    Data Center Investment Opportunities to Fuel Your Growth Pipeline
    Gautham Gnanajothi, Global Research Director, Vasanth Krishnan, Energy & Environment Analyst, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Feb 21 2019 60 mins
    Modularity in data centers and related infrastructure solutions are gaining significant traction as a means to optimize cost and efficiency and keep pace with technology evolution in the IT field. On the other hand, the data center architecture is expected to become highly decentralized, where we will see a high volume of smaller edge data centers being deployed closer to the consumer.

    Frost & Sullivan invites you to join Gautham Gnanajothi, Global Research Director, and Vasanth Krishnan, Energy & Environment Analyst, as they provide insights on some of the most critical technology and trends in the data center sector and shed light on the impact these trends will have on future growth.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Investment/M&A: The current market ecosystem for edge data centers is diverse, with all classes of data center providers looking to pursue or already seeking edge as part of their strategy.
    • New Capabilities: As data processing takes place close to the source, it gives rise to new capabilities for those who manage or own edge computing resources.
    • Geographic Expansion: Data center operators/owners are expanding to tier-2 and tier-3 cities.
  • Future of Completions Design in the Oil & Gas Industry
    Future of Completions Design in the Oil & Gas Industry
    Kiran Unni, Vice President, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Dec 6 2018 53 mins
    The oil and gas industry has a reputation for being relatively tech-averse. However, innovations in technology and business models, and applied innovation from other industries, are impacting the use of technology in various stages of oil and gas exploration and production. The industry is taking new steps in innovations to create significant improvements in operational efficiency, non-productive time and cost of completion.

    Key Takeaways:
    • Discover new business models and companies offering improved methods of technology use to enable operational parameter advances in the completion stage of oil & gas production
    • Explore the latest research on technology developments as forecast in Frost & Sullivan’s research on the future of completions design
    • Participate in an interactive question-and-answer session
  • Identifying Key Growth Opportunities for Electrification of Transportation
    Identifying Key Growth Opportunities for Electrification of Transportation
    Farah Saeed, Research Director, Digital Grids, Naren Pasupalati, Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Nov 15 2018 41 mins
    Many states across the US have taken a proactive approach to address climate change despite federal pushback against clean power. California recently joined the growing list of states and regions that are committing to carbon neutrality and becoming 100% green with the recent passing of SB100. Reaching these goals is an ambitious task on many fronts. Regardless, there is a growing positive sentiment and a sense of urgency to embrace electrification of transportation (EoT) coming from the consumer and electric grid sides.
  • Uncovering Canada’s Smart Water Solutions
    Uncovering Canada’s Smart Water Solutions
    Seth Cutler (Moderator) John Presta, Gary Thompson, Darrol Weiss Recorded: Oct 22 2018 60 mins
    Canadian utilities struggle with fiscal constraints, high customer service expectations, and disparate and aging networks, just like many other utilities globally. At the same time, they have built a reputation for the progressive adoption of advanced technologies and solutions, including smart water data-based solutions. This puts Canadian water and wastewater utilities in a pivotal position to share knowledge and best practices for tackling local problems that deliver global lessons.

    Key Takeaways:
    • Understand how asset management information and internal and external data points are leveraged to deliver millions of dollars in savings annually
    • Learn how utilities companies transformed fiscal and operational challenges into strengths
    • Improve the operating conditions and financial health of your service
  • Smart Wastewater Solutions: Addressing CSO and Stormwater Challenges
    Smart Wastewater Solutions: Addressing CSO and Stormwater Challenges
    Seth Cutler (Moderator), Kyla Jacobsen, Jody Crabtree, Reese Johnson Recorded: Aug 7 2018 62 mins
    The SWAN North American Alliance's 5th webinar, hosted by Frost & Sullivan, will explore how data-driven, smart water solutions play a critical role in shrinking a multi-billion dollar deficit in North America’s wastewater and CSO (combined sewer overflow) management needs. Smart water solutions minimize and optimize compliance investment, reducing wastewater utility spend to operate the network today and into the future.

    Join this webinar hosted to hear SWAN North American Alliance experts and peers discuss insights into how utilities and municipalities can address critical investment needs, lower projected spending, and deploy advanced technologies.

    Key Takeaways:
    · Identify how data-based technologies and solutions can tackle the multi-billion dollar wastewater network deficit and drive growth opportunities
    · Understand how utilities transformed challenges into strengths
    · Engage with industry thought leaders and participate in an interactive question-and-answer session

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