Delivering the data-driven utility of the future panel, 15 October

Matt will be joining a panel of digital thought leaders to discuss pressing issues for the energy networks such as:

  • What should the network operators be doing (and not doing) with data? What data should the networks be making available to stakeholders and how can they access it?
  • How do we professionalise data science within the Energy sector and engage internal and external stakeholders in it?
  • The potential for unlocking valuable data buried in silos
  • Where is the dividing line for protecting systems from cyber-attack versus exploiting useable data?

Speaker profile

Matt Webb is the Head of Enterprise Data at UK Power Networks, the electricity distribution system operator for London and the south-east of England. In this role, Matt leads the company’s data and information management strategy, and is responsible for enterprise data governance and the development of open data services. Most recently, Matt was Head of Asset Information where he led an international team responsible for all aspects of UK Power Network’s asset systems and information management activities. He began his career in business development and project management roles within the construction and building services sector. Matt holds a Master’s degree in Information Systems Management from the University of Liverpool.

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