digitalisation was singled out as being crucial to the future of the global energy system.
That’s something we’ve come to be widely regarded as world-leading in at Kamstrup. We’ve seen first-hand and played a role in demonstrating just how much energy and money can be saved through digitalisation – and, importantly, knowing what to do with the data smart meters produce.
The Confederation of Danish Industry estimates that digitalisation has the potential to save 10 billion Danish kroner a year across the nation’s water and heat supply. Given the population of Denmark is less than six million, the potential savings can rise exponentially in larger markets, Kamstrup CEO Kim Lehmann explains.
At a recent event featuring the Danish Minister of Business, Kim Lehmann took part in a panel discussion with other leading clean technology companies to debate the effects of digitalisation on the energy sector.