[Report] Uniper Power Generation Report: Focus on India | SPONSORED
This report from Uniper take a comprehensive look at India’s new energy future, including the Indian “trilemma”, which includes 1) The impact of Covid-19 on energy demand, 2) Reimagining coal in the new energy landscape and 3) Coal’s role in the energy transition. It also discusses how India can profit from experience, as the UK and Europe have already gone through this change, and have insights and experience that can be leveraged across the regions to help evolve asset management and operations, without the need for large capital investment projects. Lastly, digitalization and building a digital business case are covered, along with real use cases to inspire your digital transformation.
India’s New Energy Future
With a population of 1.4 billion and one of the world’s fastest-growing major economies, the International Energy Agency (IEA) sees India as vital for the future of the global energy markets.
This report sets out to share Uniper’s experience of unlocking Economic Flexible Operation and how digitalization can help you get there. Globally, the energy sector is undergoing a major transition, and much of it would not be possible without digital solutions.
Building a Digital Enterprise – It Could Be Easier Than You Think
When you look at the trends and targets driving India’s energy transition, it’s clear that the plants that will survive and grow will need to be steps ahead – ready and able to deliver flexibility. Digitalization will help you get there, by giving you a real-time view of your assets, risks and opportunities. It’s integral to the commercial delivery of safe, flexible operations.
Digital technology is transforming the sector and bringing wide-ranging changes. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) promises to digitalize much of the world’s industrial processes, including an overhaul of physical infrastructure in the utilities sector, such as power generation, transmission and distribution. This brings with it equally enormous opportunities, both operational and societal, and major challenges including interoperability and regulatory issues.
Learn more about the India power generation market from Uniper in this new report.