Transmission and distribution solutions for utilities

Gain the organisational flexibility needed to accommodate a range of complex operational conditions – such as applying premium-rate charges to peak-hour customers and providing discounts to customers using energy during periods of slack demand.

 

Wind farms generate energy better – when running SAP's utilities solutions
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Wind farms run better when providers use SAP utilities solutions to optimise energy delivery

Ausgrid: Reducing Risk

Read how the largest energy network in Australia is improving capital forecasts and reducing the cost of forecast audits, scenario analysis, and regulatory compliance. The result? More efficient, accurate, and flexible project plans.

Electricity transmission towers perform better when managed with SAP transmission and distribution software

Energinet.dk: Improving Performance

See how this transmission system operator improved its business intelligence strategy by turning raw data into actionable information, increasing the accuracy of project time entries by 25%*, and empowering users with intuitive dashboards.

National Grid employees discuss the company's improved access control

National Grid: Improving Access Control

Learn how National Grid, an international electricity and gas supplier, automated risk analysis processes, complied with segregation of duties (SoD) requirements, and reduced compliance costs and internal fraud risks.

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