Through a series of executive roundtables, Navigant and Public Utilities Fortnightly are capturing insight on the utility industry’s path forward
The future of the electricity industry and the expectation of considerable change is drawing focus to the energy sector. To gain perspective, Navigant and Public Utilities Fortnightly are teaming up to host a series of regional roundtable discussions with utility executives, creating a dialogue on the role of tomorrow's transmission and distribution utility.
During these roundtable discussions, executives address how the role of utilities could and should evolve and share their opinions on how new products and services are expected to create new revenue streams for utilities, augmenting traditional, declining revenue.
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During the Utility Executives’ Roundtable, Navigant and Public Utilities Fortnightly captured insight on the industry’s path forward from seven utilities in the Northeast
In the second part of the Executives’ Roundtable discussion, Navigant and Public Utilities Fortnightly examine new products and services in the utility industry with seven utilities from the Northeast
Navigant and Public Utilities Fortnightly get the CFO perspective in a roundtable discussion with the largest southeast utilities
Navigant and Public Utilities Fortnightly continue the CFO conversation, revealing the importance of innovation and the critical role of security
During the latest executive roundtable discussion, Navigant and Public Utilities Fortnightly examine the strategy of three utility CFOs
In the second part of the latest executive roundtable discussion, Navigant and Public Utilities Fortnightly look at how three utility CFOs are navigating transformation
From listening to these utility execs, it seems the death spiral is a myth. Utilities have already started to adapt to a new energy reality, where providing basic power to customers in a safe, reliable, and affordable way is only part of the business. Utilities will now orchestrate a more intelligent, distributed, and cleaner grid, offering new, enhanced, and individualized energy products and services to their customers. And they will be ready to compete.”
Global Energy Practice Leader