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GreenBang cover the release of Oracle Utilities' Network Management System 1.11. The news article highlights the technology's key features as well as a quote from Oracle Utilities' Brad Williams.

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Bastian Fischer, VP of Industry Strategy, Oracle Utilities, EMEA, discusses the updake of electric vehicles across EMEA, highlighting the success of the MOBI.E project in Portugal. Oracle worked with Inteli, a think-tank, to develop the vehicle electrification project. This is the first truly universal and integrated platform of its kind for EVs.

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The complexity of the energy industry. The article notes that according to Oracle’s “Smart Grid Challenges & Choices, Part 2: North American Utility Executives’ Vision and Priorities” study, utilities that have implemented pilot programs or system-wide smart grid deployments anticipate that just 38% of customers will take advantage of these programs. The article also includes comments from Brad Williams noting that the survey results revealed that utilities are, by far, using mail-based communication over other methods to communicate with their customers.

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Highlighting the results of Oracle’s “Smart Grid Challenges & Choices, Part 2: North American Utility Executives’ Vision and Priorities” research report. The article notes that while 71 percent of utilities say securing customer buy-in is a key step needed to drive the success of smart grid, just 43 percent say they are educating their customers on smart grid’s value proposition.

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Article by Guerry Waters, vice president of industry strategy, Oracle Utilities discussing pre-packaged customer and billing analytics. The article notes that in order to maximize the benefits from smart grid programs like demand response and net metering, utilities will need to know a lot more about their customers than they do today.

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Highlighting the U.S. Department of Energy’s interactive Website that serves as an educational smart grid resource for consumers. The article references the recent Oracle Utilities smart grid study noting that 71 percent of utilities admit there is a need to provide better customer education.

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Highlighting Oracle Utilities' research report, "Smart Grid Challenges and Choices, Part 2: North American Utility Executives' Vision and Priorities." The article notes that the survey found that in the coming decade, utility executives' two top priorities are improving service reliability and operational efficiencies and controlling customer costs, including limiting rate increases.

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Highlighting results from the Oracle Smart Grid Challenges and Choices: Part 2 survey of North American utility executives. The blog notes that implementing smart grid will take longer and the focus will be on helping utilities realize the benefits of smart grid from distribution automation, lower labor costs and improved operational control and reliability.

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Highlighting Oracle’s new study, “Smart Grid Challenges & Choices: An Executive Vision of Utilities’ Priorities.” The article notes that while securing customer buy-in is regarded by most utilities as a key to smart grid success, less than half are actually educating their customers on the smart grid’s value proposition. The article also includes comments from Linda Jackman, group vice president of industry strategy, Oracle Utilities providing insight into how the smart grid is moving from vision to reality.

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In order for utilities to move forward in the energy industry, they must educate their customers and get their buy-in for things like energy efficiency, demand side management and the smart grid. The article notes that according to new survey results from Oracle Utilities, 71 percent of utility executives say securing customer buy-in is a key step needed to drive the success of smart grid.

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