TCS launches enterprise level energy and emission management system

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has introduced an enterprise level energy and emission management system called TCS Clever Energy for helping commercial and industrial organizations in expediting their transition towards net zero emission.

The Indian IT services provider said that its innovative new solution addresses the challenges in understanding the energy footprint and opportunities for conservation. Besides, TCS Clever Energy is expected to enable organizations to become more purpose-driven, greener enterprises.

TCS Clever Energy is powered by Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), and cloud. It is claimed to have a solid data acquisition capability for connecting heterogeneous operations technology (OT) and information technology (IT) systems across the enterprise.

In addition to that, the energy and emission management system has an in-built digital twin setup and AI/ML-based data models with augmented intelligence for giving an integrated energy view. These will help organizations in coming up with informed decisions by means of predictive analytics, thereby becoming more energy efficient, and achieve their financial and sustainability objectives.

Tata Consultancy Services launches enterprise level energy and emission management system called TCS Clever Energy

Tata Consultancy Services launches enterprise level energy and emission management system called TCS Clever Energy. Image courtesy of Gerd Altmann from Pixabay .

Regu Ayyaswamy — Global Head, Internet of Things and Engineering and Industrial Services, TCS, said: “Progressive enterprises are harnessing the power of IoT, data and analytics, to reach their carbon neutral goals without significant new investments.

“TCS Clever Energy is a holistic solution that uses data science-based asset energy twins, and prediction and forecasting models leveraging in-built AI/ ML algorithms to provide actionable insights on energy demand and consumption, carbon emissions and asset energy performance.”

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