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    Information Services Group (ISG) (Nasdaq: III), a leading global technology research and advisory firm, has launched a research study examining providers of services and software supporting electric utility companies adopting new technologies in response to growing demand for renewable energy and other widespread industry changes.

    The study results will be published in a comprehensive series of ISG Provider Lens reports, called Power and Utilities Industry — Services and Solutions 2024, scheduled to be released in November. The geographically focused reports will cover industry-specialist providers offering services for business process management, grid modernization, asset management and customer experience.

    At the same time, ISG Software Research (previously Ventana Research) will evaluate software providers serving the industry with grid management and enterprise asset management software. The study results will be published in the ISG Buyers Guide for Power and Utilities Software, also due out in November.

    This is the first time that ISG Provider Lens Research and the former Ventana Research have combined their joint capabilities to examine both the services and software markets for a particular industry. ISG acquired Ventana Research, a leading technology research firm specializing in coverage of the $800 billion software industry, late last year.

    Enterprise buyers will be able to use information from the reports to evaluate their current vendor relationships, potential new engagements and available offerings, while ISG advisors use the information to recommend providers to the firm’s buy-side clients.

    The global power and utilities industry continues to be impacted by steadily increasing demand for renewable energy and sustainability, government regulations, the development of smart cities, the rise of eMobility, geopolitical tensions and increasing fossil fuel prices.

    The clean energy transition continues to be a major driver of industry change. Renewables, particularly solar and wind, are projected to surpass coal as the leading source of global electricity generation by early 2025. This shift is fueled by falling costs of renewable technologies, government incentives and increasing public pressure to combat climate change. The grid, however, is struggling to keep pace with the changing energy landscape.

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