Research Manager, EMEA
Gaia Gallotti is research manager for IDC Energy Insights Europe, Middle East and Africa region. Gallotti leads the "European Utilities IT and Operational Technologies" advisory service for IDC Energy Insights. She joined the IDC Energy Insights group in 2007, after joining IDC in 2006. Since then, she has become a recognized independent industry analyst across Europe in the utilities domain. Gallotti's knowledge of the utilities industry enables her to support clients with market research, ad hoc consulting activities, and honoraria. She is based at the IDC Italy office in Milan.
Gaia Gallotti has over eight years of experience in the European utilities industry, and her expertise covers a wide range of industry-specific themes, including smart energy, distributed generation, smart cities, smart grids, smart metering, smart customer operations, electric mobility, and energy efficiency. She has also gained in-depth knowledge of utility trends regarding cloud, mobility, Big Data and analytics, and social media.
Gallotti is bilingual Italian-English, fluent in French, and proficient in Mandarin Chinese.
2006 — University of Puget Sound — USA: BA double major in international business and international affairs with China
2004 — Beijing Foreign Studies University, China PRC
2004 — Dong Hai University, Taiwan
Speaker and moderator at industry conferences as well as quoted analyst in media.Team: Cloud Computing, EMEA Industry Solutions, Energy Insights,
Marketing Effectiveness Improvements in the Spotlight for Energy Suppliers
Roberta Bigliani, Gaia Gallotti, Luiza Semernya
Mar 2015 - Doc # EISC01X Business Strategy
This IDC Energy Insights study analyzes global trends in utility retailers' activities, specifically regarding their customer operations. Liberalization and competition have revolutionized how utilities manage their most precious asset — ...purchase document
Best Practices: Beating Unaccounted for Energy with Big Data and Analytics: Baltimore Gas and Electric's Line of Attack
Roberta Bigliani, Gaia Gallotti
Feb 2015 - Doc # EIOS02X Best Practices
This IDC study takes a look at Baltimore Gas and Electric's (BGE) transformational analytics project to reduce unaccounted for energy (UFE). BGE, a subsidiary of Exelon Corporation, provides service to more than 1.2 million electric cust ...purchase document
|IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Utilities 2015 Predictions|
|Framingham, MA United States|
|December 17, 2014|