As the power and utility industry evolves, it faces pressure on a number of fronts including the ongoing need for cost containment and streamlined operations, a mature workforce, aging infrastructure, cybersecurity concerns, and compliance with rapidly changing and overlapping regulations. Newer dynamics also contribute to this pressure. These include the growth of renewables, transmission availability and capacity challenges, demand response, dynamic pricing, and smart grid technologies. As these dynamics fundamentally change the industry, organizations with the agility and capacity to adapt will be rewarded.
The increasing volume of information generated as part of this environment can be overwhelming. To remain competitive, organizations must closely examine their information, processes, and people to ensure that these continue to support efficient, cost effective, and safe operations, while evolving to support new dynamics.
Conventional power generators are increasingly pressured by competition from renewables and an unpredictable regulatory environment. Our teams work with generators to leverage information to overcome these challenges.
We use information to help renewable energy providers remain nimble in the face of policy uncertainty and competition with traditional generators.
As utility infrastructure continues to age and regulatory constraints increase, Access Sciences’ engineering information management experts help ensure safety and compliance.
Retail electric providers now generate annual revenues exceeding $100M. This market continues to grow as more and more states permit retail competition. Access Sciences’ information management expertise and knowledge of the retail electricity business drives competitive advantage in an increasingly crowded landscape.
ISOs (and related regional transmission organizations) generate and use massive amounts of data to coordinate and control electric power grids. Our teams work with ISOs to manage the lifecycle of this information to drive safe, efficient operations.
We work with power and utility organizations and their partners to craft solutions by leveraging capabilities that address the industry’s unique challenges.
Aligning people, processes, and systems to deliver accurate technical records throughout the asset lifecycle from design and construction to handover and operations.
We analyze content, uncovering metadata and extracting information, as the basis for migration and classification.
Our teams provide support for information-centric audits and expert guidance when designing and executing corrective actions.
Amelia is a Consulting Manager with extensive experience in records and information management. Her professional experience has spanned both the consulting services and managed services practices at Access Sciences. She has worked with clients to manage high-volume record relocation projects, information sharing and division during divestitures, retention schedule development, and information governance program development.