Energy & utilities industry

Harness the power of digital and artificial intelligence (AI) to empower new ways of working in the energy and utilities space.

Why it Matters

Embrace digital capabilities to meet global energy challenges.

Energy and utilities organizations are experiencing accelerated change in response to energy transition, microeconomic, and geopolitical forces. Successful companies are adapting and transforming by introducing new ways of working alongside adoption of new agile operating models and technologies. 

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Harness and utilize data

Energy and utility organizations have volumes of data but are often challenged when it comes to unlocking the value of it. Pivoting to a data-driven mindset drives improvements in business planning and results. Organizations should create data strategies; develop data products; and establish data, AI, and machine learning (ML) processes for optimal data use.


possible shrinking in size of the average power plant by 2050 due to the energy transition, according to a World Economic Forum report.

Apply and integrate emerging and advancing technology

Identify effective utilization of emerging technologies by piloting and scaling the best fit use cases. This should include both long-term goals, such as the energy transition, as well as short-term goals, such as operational efficiency and cost reduction. 

  • Overcome risk aversion to technology and digital adoption with tried and tested business cases. 

  • Adapt to the relevant deployment of rapidly evolving technologies such as the industrial internet of things, AI, and ML. 

  • Scale AI and ML solutions throughout organizations beyond the proof of concept (POC) stage. 

Digital transformation

A digital strategy and roadmap aims to reshape and optimize energy operations. This helps address specific business objectives such as improving asset reliability and availability, reducing costs, improving safety, driving new value, or minimizing carbon emissions.

How We Can Help

Experience the difference.

At Credera, one of our core values is integrity. We believe in sharing an honest perspective when delivering solutions to address the challenges of our energy and utilities clients. This means we do the right thing, even when no one is watching. We call this the Credera Difference, and we invite you to hear directly from some of our clients about their experiences working with us.  

We are digital and agile at our core, and we consistently design and deploy digital technologies at scale to make a meaningful impact to our customers. Our deep energy and utilities sector expertise spans continents to deliver measurable value that builds our clients’ competitive advantage and future sustainability. 

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To me, the Credera difference is the consistent delivery of quality in a manner that partners with my team. We absolutely wouldn’t be where we are without them.

Kim Hales

Senior Vice President of IT, NRG

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We work closely with our energy and utilities customers to understand their unique needs, desired objectives, and the nuance of their problems to develop strategies and programs that achieve great results.

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At Credera, we’re only as good as our people, and we bring a highly skilled and diverse set of experts together for the benefit of our clients.​

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