Why Digitise with SNAPI?
Business Cases for Digital Metering
ACCELERATING THE DIGITISATION OF UTILITY INFRASTRUCTURE
The application of digital utility data and its benefits are as wide as they are varied.
This includes visibility into consumption at the asset, household or business. This data empowers utilities, individuals, business and governments to adopt more sustainable behaviour and build new value. Meanwhile, accurate, real-time consumption data underpins operational efficiencies of up to 30% for the digital utility.
SNAPI’s unique Meter Reading as a Service (MRaaS) solution satisfies a very specific and time-sensitive global need: to digitise analogue utility meters at scale.
Key Business Cases for the Digital Utility:
DIGITAL METERING: BENEFITS TO UTILITIES
By digitising utilities, SNAPI unlocks more than 75 documented operational benefits for the utility including conservative operational cost savings of 30%.
SNAPI does this by eliminating the need for manual meter reading and enabling cost-saving tariffs that incentivise every household and business to shift to clean energy options.
Further value is unlocked by the availability of data for analytics that contributes to improved decision-making, including:
- More accurate billing, reducing customer disputes and churn
- New product packages
- Preventative asset maintenance
- ESG reporting & compliants
DIGITAL UTILITIES: THE BENEFITS TO CONSUMERS
But it’s not only utilities that benefit from digitisation.
By enabling governments, households and businesses to monitor, manage and measure consumption, SNAPI empowers individuals to reduce consumption for environmental or financial reasons.
SNAPI enables the accurate measurement of consumption for carbon credit schemes and green tax incentives, and it educates customers about sustainable practices to lower emissions.
This empowers everyone to participate in the decarbonisation of our environment and builds resilience to the impacts of climate change.
RISK MITIGATION FOR UTILITIES, HOUSEHOLDS & BUSINESS
Utilities are facing significant pressures, generated by climate change, increases in population and ageing infrastructure.
Failing to innovate or to address these risk factors is a risk in itself – not only to the economic performance of the utility, but its obligations to customers, employees and regulators.