Capgemini set to join open electricity market

Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation, plans to join the Philippines’ open access electricity market.

“The Open Electricity Market is a step towards offering consumer choice in a market where energy demand is rising, and Capgemini is well-positioned to support local energy players in this journey,” Gaurav Modi, Capgemini managing director, Southeast Asia, Hong Kong and Taiwan, said in a statement.

Capgemini is supporting SP Group, a leading energy utilities company in Asia Pacific, to transform its systems, in preparation for the complete rollout of Singapore’s Open Electricity Market later this year. 

Capgemini will modernize SP Group’s technological landscape to enable more flexibility and provide an enhanced customer experience, in the lead up to the opening up of the electricity market across the nation.

SP Group’s 1.5 million customers can look forward to greater convenience, as a result of the company’s push to digitalize its operations. 

Topics: Capgemini , Open Electricity Market , Gaurav Modi , SP Group , technological landscape
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