Energy Industry

Transforming, Innovating, and Accelerating the Energy Sector

Energy systems of the future

Organizations from across the energy value chain are working to make their legacy systems more efficient and less carbon-intensive and innovating to pave the road towards a clean energy future. The energy systems of the future bring together complex and distributed workflows, and leverage transformative services like data lakes, edge computing and IoT, and machine learning, to deliver the step-change in efficiency and performance.

Renewable Energy: The increasing use of renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and geothermal power is driving innovation in the energy sector. Innovations such as new materials for solar panels, more efficient wind turbines, and improved geothermal systems are making these sources of energy more cost-effective and reliable.

  • Energy Storage: Energy storage technologies such as batteries and pumped hydro storage are becoming more affordable and efficient. This is allowing for the storage of excess renewable energy, reducing the need for fossil fuel backup, and improving grid reliability
  • Smart Grids: Smart grids are using digital technologies to optimize the distribution of electricity, reduce waste and prevent outages. Innovations in sensors, analytics, and automation are making smart grids more efficient and effective
  • Electric Vehicles: The growth of electric vehicles is driving innovation in the energy sector, as more charging infrastructure is needed to support these vehicles. Innovations in battery technology and charging infrastructure are improving the performance and accessibility of electric vehicles
  • Energy Efficiency: Innovations in energy efficiency are helping to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. New technologies such as smart thermostats, LED lighting, and advanced insulation materials are making it easier for individuals and businesses to reduce their energy usage
Energy Systems

Locuz Fueling Energy sector in Digital Transformation

Cloud transforming Energy sector Companies

As the energy industry increasingly relies on data-driven processes, many companies still use on-premises IT infrastructure, which incurs both costs and a carbon footprint. Cloud computing provides an essential solution for organizations seeking to transform their business. By leveraging emerging cloud technologies, from oil and gas to power and utilities and renewable energy development, organizations can optimize their operations to meet growing demand for energy more efficiently and sustainably, while also paving the way towards a clean energy future. Our cloud-based services allow customers to shift from capital expense to variable expense, paying only for IT as they consume it, resulting in cost savings.

  • Seamless and instant connectivity and computing power: Eenergy companies’ structural and technological limitations have created barriers to connectivity, scalability and effective data management. We help to dismantle these barriers by providing what is scalable and comes at a lower cost
  • Transform Your Energy Operations: Realize your innovation aspirations. Manage even your most demanding, high-performance systems with greater efficiency and excellence, slashing on-premises costs
  • Accelerate Innovation and Scale Rapidly: Drive continuous innovation. Apply the most comprehensive service offerings and technology—including analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and Internet of Things (IoT) services—to securely transform massive data volumes into timely, actionable insights

Data To Insights Accelerator Platform for Renewables Energy

What are we addressing with this Accelerated platform?

Locuz’ Data to Insights platform on AWS delivers Real-time insights. It enables customers to make an informed decision on geographically spread infrastructure. The integration of past and real-time data will play an instrumental role in decision-making and in monitoring the contractual terms with various stakeholders like OEMs, O&M Agencies, OCAs, etc.

Why should you rely on this platform for your operations?

  • We promise to cut down the time to market by a minimum of 50%
  • One of the largest Renewables energy producers in the world is using this platform to scale its energy operations 10x
  • The platform adheres to the AWS well-architected framework
  • The Platform components scale with your business
  • Pre-built stencils for semi-structured, unstructured data in near real and real-time situations
  • Conforms to data security and compliance requirements

Locuz making Energy Sector resilient with embedding Security across the value chain

  • Conducting regular risk assessments and vulnerability testing to identify potential cyber threats and vulnerabilities
  • Implementing strict access control measures to limit access to critical systems and information
  • Implementing encryption and other security measures to protect sensitive data in transit and at rest
  • Implementing network segmentation to isolate critical systems from less critical ones
  • Developing and implementing incident response plans to ensure a quick and effective response to cyber-attacks
  • Engaging in industry-wide collaboration and information sharing to stay up to date on the latest threats and security measures
“Greenko is a leading energy solution provider in the changing energy landscape of India that is helping drive change to Renewables Energy in India. With a total installed capacity of 7.5 GW, which includes wind (2000+ wind turbines), solar (5+ million solar panels) and hydro (25 sites) The first biggest challenge for Greenko was to get a Real time monitoring of Wind Turbine Assets with dashboards. This would help them visualize total number of connected assets, wind speed, power output, average power output, power generation and more. Keeping the existing challenges and KPI’s in mind, Locuz designed and implemented a highly scalable AWS data pipe and across 4 pillars, Data Ingestion, Data Lake Hydration, Data Visualization and Analytics. You can read a full coverage of the solution and more about the Greenko story on the AWS blog.”