Change is underway for utilities in the United States. Energy consumption is increasing, technology is evolving, and infrastructure investment is disrupting the status quo—all as the global community pushes to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Utilities and their customers are working together to meet this goal. Using machine learning, digestible visuals, and cloud processing, utilities can predict and improve outcomes, whether in vegetation management, transmission and distribution, field service, or customer service. Demand response programs enable customers to reduce their electricity consumption, optimizing usage to meet needs more effectively.
Whether it’s out in the field, over the phone, or up in the cloud, utilities can leverage existing investments and new discoveries to power a brighter future.
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"San Diego Gas and Electric has had the opportunity on multiple occasions to partner and collaborate with Logic20/20 on strategic initiatives associated with process improvement, data modeling, and regulatory compliance. Logic20/20’s team of analysts and managers demonstrate the highest level of competency, effectiveness, and professionalism that have netted productive and meaningful results helping to further continual improvement in our operations. I appreciate and thank them for their contributions."
WMP Vegetation Manager, SDG&E
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