In an evolving sector, increasingly regulated and definitively oriented towards decarbonizing usage, both historical energy players and new entrants must innovate, manage complexity, enhance efficiency, and embrace the digital revolution.
Decarbonization, Complexity, Competitiveness, Digitalization
The challenges in the European energy sector are numerous, simultaneous, complex, and must be addressed within an unprecedented timeframe for the industry.
Succeeding in the Energy Transition: The energy transition involves the gradual development of energy-saving solutions in buildings, transportation, industry, and agriculture, as well as new modes of energy consumption and management.
Navigating an Intensified Competitive Environment: The energy sector is accelerating its competitive transformation, calling on operators to quickly adapt and stand out amidst multiplying competitors.
Realizing the Potential of Digitalization: Digitalization, data, and artificial intelligence serve the energy sector, highlighting new work methods and the importance of resilience in the face of cyber risk.
Managing Complexity: New risks, regulations, usages, and competition compel players to develop innovative, competitive (time to market, cost of ownership, security), and agile solutions.
Innovate, Digitize, Excel, Standardize
Innovate to Support the Energy Transition: Permanently adapt your activities to capitalize on the new roles of the energy transition and offer innovative solutions to decarbonize your clients’ usages.
Accelerate Digital Transformation: Capitalize on opportunities offered by new technologies and data. Evolve engineering, maintenance, and production methods, managerial practices, and work modes. Moreover, the impact on customer relationship practices and offerings is significant.
Excel from Design to Implementation: Master your commitments in terms of deadlines, costs, and performance, from the initial design phases to the demonstrated and compliant execution of projects.
Manage Complexity and Develop Means to Make the Right Decisions at the Right Time and within a Multi-Factor Value Framework (“design-to-value”: cost, manufacturability, operability, safety…).
Standardize… and Be Adaptable: Faced with inevitable variability (customer, authority, threats), design a common and adaptable (modular) foundation throughout the value chain.
A team of experts
Während der Syntec Conseil 2022 Grand Prix-Zeremonie, die am Dienstag, den 29. November 2022, in Partnerschaft mit Challenges stattfand, wurden unsere Teams von Mews Partners und Eurobios Mews Labs mit...