Tom Martin leads the data science team and is a key partner to our clients in demonstrating how data science solutions can help solve their challenges. Prior to this role, he served as managing director of data science at TROVE, and he led the implementation of new technology and analytics at PG&E to reduce the company’s operational costs, improve safety, and increase grid reliability.

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Grid Mod Pod tackles the ‘who’ and ‘how’ of grid modernization

Tom Martin
November 15, 2023

This week, E Source’s Tom Martin joined Dr. Elizabeth Cook on the Grid Mod Pod podcast to talk about the importance of grid modernization. Learn more about the Grid Mod Pod and tune in for Episode 6 | How Data Science is Transforming Grid Management.

Utilities in the age of climate change: Data science’s vital role in mitigating risk and improving equity

Sannie Sieper, Tom Martin
October 12, 2023

Data science will play a pivotal role in shaping the utility sector’s response to the rapidly evolving landscape and all the challenges that come with it. Learn more from this insightful interview with E Source’s Tom Martin.

The Great Convergence of data science and the utility industry is near

Tom Martin
May 25, 2023

How long will it take before the incremental gains utilities are making today using data science snowball into something radically better—something that not only moves the needle but changes the game altogether? Sooner than you might think.

Data science and utilities: It takes two to make data-driven decisions

Tom Martin
May 2, 2023

The advantages of partnering with an expert data science resource to get the most from your data investments are many. In this blog post, we explore the benefits of a partnership because it truly takes two to make data-driven decisions.

Storm Insight: Effectively manage storm-related outages to make sure you don’t leave customers in the dark

Tom Martin
November 30, 2022

Major storm events are becoming more frequent and stronger, and with these storm events come outages. Receive accurate and prompt predictions for how, when, and where forecasted weather events will affect the distribution grid with a little help from E Source Storm Insight, a data-driven tool.