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Like using a hammer to put on your shoes: energy leaders must learn how to use technology

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By Gianluca Mauro

The Internet of Energy is set to provide flexible, sustainable and affordable power for all. But we must not get complacent. Gianluca Mauro, Co-founder and CEO at AI Academy, argues that for this future to be realised, energy leaders need to develop a digital mindset.

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