Transcript: Branko Terzic
If I could wave a magic wand, I think what I would like that magic wand to produce would be a very clear, concise, simple to understand carbon law. I would like to see the introduction of incentive ratemaking in the regulated utilities and I would like to see a recognition among regulators that they have to be of the frame of mind that we need a huge amount of capital in the future to build the infrastructure that we want, to build the smart grid, to build the renewable energy that we want, to put the carbon capture sequestration equipment on the fossil fuels, all of these requires regulatory treatments which will attract capital, keep capital there, and let us grow, and develop, and improve what is already the world’s best energy delivery system.
One of the sentimental things I keep on my desk at home is my green card to remind me what a great country this is, what great opportunities I have had, infact I am an immigrant and I owe something to this country.
Part of the excitement of working with Deloitte in the energy’s field has been the fact that we have had a large group of individuals with deep industry knowledge, deep knowledge of the various professions and the various kinds of issues that our clients face. I know that tomorrow we will get a call from a client with a unique problem, we will put together a team of professionals with diverse background, with diverse experience, from diverse geographies even, and we will be able to put together a unique solution to that client’s problem, that is part of the excitement of being here at Deloitte this past decade.