5 Technologies to Extend Utility Energy Services

Utilities in deregulated markets are under more pressure than ever to attract and retain customers and are therefore more motivated to consider new technologies to extend their energy services offering.  Previous posts in our Future-Proof Utility series have discussed the driving forces behind utilities’ push for innovation, and the importance of a customer-centric approach. While […]

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DEXMA Partner Program Grows to 250 Partners in 40 countries

DEXMA closed the first half of 2017 with a record-breaking expansion of its partner program, incorporating 60 new companies into its global community. This and other company figures at the end of June reveal two important realities for energy managers. First, the energy management market is growing globally – at a rate well over 10% […]

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DEXMA Partner Spotlight: Eniig

Welcome to the 4th edition of the DEXMA Partner Spotlight! This month we are highlighting Eniig, the third-largest electricity supplier in Denmark. Eniig, a word that means “united” in Danish, is also a co-operative, owned by nearly 400,000 members. The group was formed by a merger between EnergiNord, EnergiMidt and Aalborg’s Himmerlands Elforsyning (HEF) and today […]

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Industrial Energy Efficiency: TACSA saves €110,000 with 3ex4 [SUCCESS STORY]

Industrial Energy Efficiency: TACSA saves €110,000 with 3ex4 [SUCCESS STORY]

Industrial energy efficiency is all the rage thanks to public support initiatives for “Industry 4.0”. But how does this trend translate into an actual energy management plan in the industrial sector? Is it possible to save energy in factories without a major investment? Get inspired by the TACSA success story, implemented by DEXMA partner 3ex4.   […]

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The Future-Proof Utility is a Collaborative Utility [WEBINAR]

Like so many sectors before them (telecom, mobility, hospitality…), utilities are facing mounting pressures on their traditional business model. These driving forces are coming from all directions: shrinking margins due to increased supply from distributed energy resources (DERs) like solar, microgrids, batteries etc., fresh competition from new market entrants from Google to Drift, changing customer […]

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