New business models and cutting edge technologies such as distributed solar and CHP, demand response, microgrids, energy storage, electric vehicles, cyber-security, advanced wholesale markets, and new competitive retail markets are all impacting the traditional regulated utility industry. Generation, grid operations, and wholesale and retail energy sales are being transformed by innovation and competition, forcing utilities faster than ever to make critical choices about business models and technologies.
Disruption Becomes Evolution: Creating the Value-Based Utility
Posted: 15 Feb 2015
Erfan Ibrahim and Dr. Mani Vadari
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