Companies, instead of planning, must make repeated and quick attempts with partners to adapt to the frequent technological and social changes of our world.
At Marcus Garvey Village, a low-income community in Brooklyn-Queens, electricians have built New York’s first digitalized microgrid, complete with solar photovoltaic panels, a fuel...
As massive two-way flows of electrons and data, of electricity and information, reshape whole industries and transform contemporary society, energy companies are preparing to change the face of urban living in the 21st century.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) guide us through tackling the most pressing global problems, setting 17 goals, each with their own targets, to be reached by 2030.
Q&A with Ryan O’Keeffe, Director of Communications, Enel : "Our vision for Open Power is nothing less than to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges."
In response to the ever-changing environments in which we do business, I strongly believe companies have to innovate constantly, not only to survive but to thrive.
Thanks to a partnership with global energy company Enel, Formula E is able to power the world’s first ever carbon-neutral car races with its own transportable micro-grid, minimizing its use of the existing electricity grid in host cities.
Electricity companies around the world are facing an alarming spike in cyber-attacks, sometimes with dramatic consequences. Nozomi Networks is deploying machine learning to identify any anomalies in a network that could indicate a cyberattack.
For decades, the worlds largest and most successful corporations jealously guarded the secrets of their research and development departments, fine-tuning their innovations far from outside eyes until launching them into the marketplace.
Employees are forced to give up their interests, spend less time with their families and end up intellectually under-stimulated when businesses believe that quantity matters more than quality time.
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