Global power management company Eaton will showcase its innovative technologies designed to support the energy transition journey at Middle East Energy (MEE) 2023 in Dubai, March 7-9.
Eaton is leading this transition as the energy transition is driving fundamental changes to the electricity infrastructure as multiple forms of distributed energy installed at customer sites rapidly increase, the company said in a statement.
The top company said it is helping residential, commercial and industrial customers add more renewable energy and storage to their energy mixes and transmit energy back to the grid, in addition to maintaining power during outages and helping stable on the grid.
These factors are creating a “grid-everything” environment in which energy consumers are able to produce, consume and sell energy through a more dynamic grid.
It said that through Eaton’s Everything as a Grid energy transition approach, different stakeholders are able to play a role in generating, balancing, storing and distributing electricity – something that has historically been done by utilities.
This includes residential, commercial and industrial (C&I) properties such as data centers, factories and electric vehicle (EV) transportation operators, it added.
Eaton said it will demonstrate a set of electric vehicle charging infrastructure solutions designed primarily for the unique business and operating environment in the Middle East.
“Visitors to our MEE booth will also see how we are reimagining innovation by embracing digital technologies (connected devices, data models and insights) to transform power management for safer, more sustainable and more efficient power usage ,” said General Manager of Eaton Middle East.
“They can also interact with product experts and conduct touchscreen demonstrations on our Brightlayer digital platform, low-voltage power distribution and control systems, critical power systems and data center solutions, and our EV charging infrastructure,” he said.
“According to a report we shared previously, The Intersection of Digital Transformation and Energy Transition, it highlights that while 77% of companies want to move away from their current energy sources, only half are currently executing the digital strategies needed to address this shift ,” He said.
Founded in 1911, Eaton marks its 100th anniversary this year as a company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. A large global company serving clients in more than 170 countries reported $20.8 billion in revenue last year.
Yehia noted that Eaton’s energy transition solutions cater to the issues companies face in making the necessary transition to a low-carbon future.
“Through these solutions, and through our continued collaboration with the wider industry, we hope to help more organizations in the Middle East achieve their sustainability goals,” Yehia noted.
“Our dynamic products and solutions can be safely used to efficiently manage power across different market segments. We look forward to sharing our expertise with customers and industry leaders at MEE 2022,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service