Utilities closing analytics skills gap with SAS® software, research grant

SAS funds UNC Charlotte’s Energy Production Infrastructure Center offering hands-on analytics experience

Utilities lack a strong pipeline of data scientists to tackle tough industry-business concerns. Analytics leader SAS has stepped up with a research and software grant, including energy forecasting technologies, to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s Energy Production Infrastructure Center (EPIC). Multidisciplinary engineering coursework combined with practical data applications are expected to attract new students to the field.

“Utilities face a massive business transformation toward digital technologies with increased analytic requirements. On the other hand utilities also claim one of...

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