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Power and utilities companies are no strangers to challenges – with the grid, in the news, or on the balance sheet. Today, infrastructure investment issues, regulatory changes and corporate governance have raised the stakes even higher.

Deloitte helps power and utilities clients address critical challenges and execute initiatives designed to further their strategic objectives and respond to these complex and interrelated challenges.

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