Next Generation Utility
Faced with rapidly-evolving markets and incentives, electric utilities today have an unprecedented opportunity to develop new, innovative ways of structuring their businesses.
Our new report discusses a horizontal approach to each customer class that requires an ongoing transformation, rather than a one-time pivot in business practices.
The utility market and regulatory landscape is shifting, bringing new challenges and opportunities.
Energy storage technologies are becoming more flexible, efficient and capable of delivering energy to consumers, as needed. As technology costs decline and efficiency improves, we expect to see this market expand rapidly over a short period of time.
Disruptive technologies and other transformative developments mean that growth opportunities are quickly emerging in every area of the utility market.
Offering exceptional benefits in efficiency, reliability and safety, the strategic adoption of wearable technologies will be as significant as grid modernization in its impact.
The electric utilities industry is talking about the impact new technologies are likely to have on the traditional business models for energy suppliers and network operators.
In this report, we delve into this dynamic set of developments and suggest a new way of looking at the future of the electricity system, a paradigm we call DynamicEnergy. It’s an energy environment in which two-way transactions become the new normal.
Utility analytics can unlock the power of data by coordinating various forms of information across organizational departments, applications and databases.