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    Energy News: It's time for electricity sector to innovate
    In all areas of the sector – generation, transmission, distribution and retail – we are seeing evidence of the impact of new technologies, environmental management constraints and stagnant, or falling, electricity demand. The net effect is increasing levels of innovation as companies work to navigate these challenges.
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    Getting Smart Grid Customers Plugged In
    CIOs of electric utilities can help drive smart grid adoption by spearheading a new approach to customer engagement powered by analytics, social media, and mobile technologies.
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    Deloitte reSources 2013 Study
    Third annual study provides new insights into corporate energy management and consumer behavior.
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    Winner announced for the 2013 Deloitte Energy Excellence Awards
    Transpower takes premier title at Deloitte Energy Excellence Awards.
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    2013 outlook on Power & Utilities – My take: By John McCue
    Emerging trends in the U.S. electric power sector are challenging conventional wisdom about where the industry may be headed, prompting companies to reassess strategies and consider new business models
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    Power Plays - Who wins in the NZ energy game?
    This country’s energy sector could be seen as a game of two halves: power generation/distribution/retail and fuel (oil, gas, coal etc) extraction/processing/retail.
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    Privatisation in the 21st century in OECD countries
    Privatisation in OECD countries reached an all-time high in the 1990s and remained high in the first years of the 21st century. State assets worth close to USD 500 billion were sold in the 8 years from 2000 to 2007. At the same time, the landscape for privatisation has evolved considerably.
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