Opportunity amidst disruption

How energy transformation is shaping Canada's utilities sector

Opportunity amidst disruption: Highlights

Our report identifies four transformational forces driving this rapid and relentless wave of change: technology, customer engagement, policy and innovation. Canadian power and utility companies will need to embrace new technologies to help drive innovation, use data to better understand their customers and work with regulators to adapt to constant policy changes. Are Canada’s utility executives up to the task? We believe they are. Watch our power and utilities experts take a deeper look at the results of our two national surveys (one of utility executives, one of energy consumers) and further explore the four key drivers of energy transformation to better understand how they each impact Canada’s energy sector.

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The impact of energy transformation

The utilities sector in Canada and around the world is experiencing a profound transformation unlike anything seen before in terms of scale, scope and speed. For Canadian utility companies, this transformation is impacting long-held business models—and compelling executives to chart a new path forward in a shifting and uncertain landscape.

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What themes do we see?

Technology: Technological advances coupled with the consumerization of energy is driving rapid, significant transformation in utility companies across Canada, revolutionizing energy markets and disrupting business models in the process

Customer: Utility companies that can develop a solid understanding of their customers’ needs and preferences—and deliver an outstanding customer experience across every point of contact—stand to realize a powerful advantage in the competitive market to come

Policy: Governments and regulators play a significant role in shaping the future of the country’s energy sector. The connection between policy and energy transformation is certainly foremost on the minds of energy executives.

Innovation: To remain competitive, profitable and successful, utility companies across Canada need to embrace change, new ideas and new processes throughout their business.

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Webinar series

Join our featured panelists as they discuss the opportunities and challenges presented by energy transformation.

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LinkedIn blog series

PwC's power & utilites thought leaders share their insights on Canada's ever-changing energy landscape.

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Regional viewpoints

How is energy transformation impacting the different Canadian regions?

Ontario

Brian Poth, Partner, PwC

National Power & Utilities Leader

Alberta

Helen Bremner, Partner, Strategy&

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Quebec

Nochane Rousseau, Partner, PwC

Energy & Utilities Leader, Quebec

 

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Brian Poth
Partner, National Industry Leader, Power and Utilities
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Helen Bremner
Partner, Strategy&, Energy & Utilities
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Nochane Rousseau
Quebec Energy, Utilities & Mining Leader and Perspective North Initiative
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Arun Gupta
Western Canada Finance Effectiveness Leader, PwC Canada
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Ken Goodwin
Partner, National Valuations, Modelling and Disputes Leader
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Eric Clarke
Partner, National Assurance Leader, Power & Utilities, PwC Canada
Tel: +1 416 687 8801
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Matthew Wetmore
Partner, Canadian Energy, Utilities, Mining & Industrial Products Leader and Canadian Strategy & Leader
Tel: +1 403 509 7483
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Lana Paton
National Managing Partner, Tax
Tel: +1 416 869 8700
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