In episode one of Energy Enablers, Siemens Smart Infrastructure's Matthias Rebellius discusses the role digital products can play in advancing the energy transition
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The 21st Century has been defined by the rapid growth of digitalisation across all areas of our lives. At the start of 2000, the use of Wifi broadband internet or smartphones were almost non-existent. The rapid change in digital technology has also infiltrated the energy sector and its role in helping advance the energy transition is increasing.
In this episode of Energy Enablers, David speaks to Matthias Rebellius, CEO of Siemens Smart Infrastructure about how digital tools can help manage the ongoing energy crises and promote decarbonisation.
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