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.
All the power and utilities expertise of PwC is brought together with one focus – you the client. Our Global Power & Utilities Centre of Excellence isn’t a physical centre. It’s much more powerful than that. It’s a way of accessing and channeling the knowledge of all our subject experts around the globe that are relevant to your needs. Read more
Delphi-study on the future of energy systems in Germany, Europe and the world by the year 2040.
Technology and innovation in an era of energy transformation
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.
Welcome to our 2016 Power and Renewables Deals outlook. It is the latest in our annual series in which we look at mergers and acquisitions activity in the power utilities sector.
The chief financial officer (CFO) role is changing. It’s becoming more strategically-focused, more value-focused and more future-focused.
The energy utility world of the future - PwC - your trusted energy transformation partner
The PwC Africa Power & Utilities Sector Survey is based on research conducted between November 2014 and March 2015 with 51 people holding senior leadership positions in the power sectors of 15 African countries.