COVID-19 has drastically changed the landscape for businesses across all industries, forcing immediate changes — but ones that will have long-term consequences. In the latest report by Boston-based Lux Research, “The Impact of COVID-19 on Tech Innovation,” Lux outlines five key trends that will define how the world beyond the pandemic will be different.
It is a watershed moment for energy and sustainability as we enter the “Decade of Action,” so declared by the UN Secretary General, who has called for acceleration of sustainable solutions to the world’s biggest challenges.
Decision cycles across the energy and chemical industries are becoming increasingly disrupted by proliferation of data, new data sources and compute speeds within an increasingly volatile business environment. The digital twin is the key to effective decision-making in this new world.
At a recent speech to the Toronto Region Board of Trade, National Energy Board (NEB) Chair and CEO Peter Watson released Canada’s Energy Future 2018: Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2040. Renewable sources of electricity will experience significant growth and continue to play a large role in Canada’s electricity generation mix over the next 20 years, according to the new energy outlook report from the NEB.