Utilities used to own the entire value chain, from energy generation over transmission and distribution grids to retail, until the regulation and market environment changed and new competitors entered. To survive and thrive, both incumbents and new players will need to continuously revisit portfolios.
Insights on Electric Power & Natural Gas
Estimates indicate that eight million electric vehicles could be on the roads in Germany by 2030. Investing in fast-charging stations and managed charging will be key to upgrading infrastructure.
The power industry must overcome significant challenges in its journey to digitize, but successful transformations could result in the next S-curve of performance.
Brazil’s energy costs remain higher than that of its global peers. Investing in diversification, grid improvement, and energy efficiency could lower prices and expand supply.
More than 50 million electric vehicles could be sharing roads in the next five years. Updating charging infrastructure is key to scaling the industry.
Some regions are prioritizing cutting greenhouse-gas emissions; many are not. What does this mean for decarbonization in the United States?
Customer and community expectations for the US electric grid are evolving. Utilities must adapt by pursuing integrated modernization plans.