Energy transformation is a reality: huge demand growth, investment and affordability, cleaner energy, smarter energy, the changing role of a customer - all of these components add to a new power and utilities market structure that drives companies' strategies. This will not happen tomorrow - it is happening now. The question is how this changing environment will impact the future model of power and utilities companies, from their assets to industry technology, regulation and customer engagement.
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Our latest survey shows strong power and renewables M&A momentum. But what’s in store for 2017 in a year of political uncertainty and changing economic conditions?
Born as a niche product on the fringes of the market, blockchain has for some time now been garnering the attention of experts in various industries, and has increasingly been in the spotlight of the media.A number of businesses and initiatives have recently been launched that apply the blockchain principle to other industries, among them the power & utilities sector.
The survey captures the viewpoints of Central and Eastern European power and utilities representatives.
The rapid advance of digital technologies presents a transformational opportunity for the utilities sector. However, the course through a changing landscape similarily creates new challenges. To sort out these contradictions, Strategy&, PwC’s strategy consulting group, spoke to senior-level executives responsible for digital strategies in 29 leading utilities in major North American, European, and Asian markets.
Delphi-study on the future of energy systems in Germany, Europe and the world by the year 2040.
The pace of technology-driven change is accelerating well beyond the speed the power sector believed possible. No aspect of the value chain – from upstream generation, through grid and network operations to beyond-the-meter – is unaffected. The utilities sector will develop very different performance roles, technology landscapes, customer platforms and business models than served it over its first 100 years.
PwC’s Growth Markets Centre report ‘Powering Nigeria for the Future’ identifies growth areas and highlights a roadmap for a power sector transformation.
A new market environment is confronting power and utilities companies and the demands on top executives are intensifying.
A look at how standalone electricity and mini-grids can increase access to electricity
Technology is eclipsing competition as the single biggest transformational force affecting customer relations for power utility companies.