Global power utility business models face disruptive change
- 94% predict complete transformation of, or important changes, to the power utility business model
- Over half (57%) say there is a high or very high likelihood that distributed generation will force utilities to significantly change their business models.
- But, despite this, 82% see distributed power generation as an ‘opportunity’ versus only 18% rating it as a ‘threat’
London, 7 Oct 2013 ‑‑Disruptive forces - distributed power generation, technology changes, and a new breed of customer -mean that the traditional power utilities business model which has endured for decades is under threat, according to PwC’s new global power & utilities survey.
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