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  • The new math: Solving the equation for disruption to the U.S. electric power industry
    Third in the series, the final paper examines the fundamental shifts already occurring in the electric industry’s “license to do business”. It also sets forth frameworks designed to assist in analyzing and monitoring critical marketplace dynamics, as well as to serve as platforms for the creation of new business models required to confront the challenges and seize the opportunities that lie ahead for the electric power industry.
  • U.S. renewable M&A sees warming trend
    This report provides an overview of the 2013 U.S. renewable mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity and drivers, policy and market developments, and an outlook for 2014 and beyond.
  • 2014 Outlook on Power & Utilities – My take: By John McCue
    As the power and utilities industry heads into a period of transformation, read how companies are poised to benefit from a wave of technological advancements that can positively impact results across the value chain.
  • Alternative Energy trends: Identifying opportunities, meeting challenges, delivering solutions
    This latest report from the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions provides a view of the top ten alternative energy trends, as well as an overview of how Deloitte can help alternative energy companies meet current challenges of this evolving industry.
  • It still ain’t easy being green – For a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT)
    This paper will use solar renewables as a focal point to explore the use of REITs as a vehicle to finance capital investment into renewables while leveraging their single level of tax status.
  • Deloitte reSources 2013 Study – Full reports now available
    The third annual Deloitte reSources Study illuminates the mindsets and behaviors of electricity customers and provides insights that can be useful in helping energy companies and businesses make energy-related investment and business decisions.
  • Getting smart grid customers plugged in: Motivating change through mobile and social technology
    This report provides a framework to help utilities assess the maturity of their current customer engagement strategies on Smart Grid and outlines opportunities to integrate new technologies that can bring meaningful customer data to the engagement effort.
  • 2013 Deloitte Energy Conference – Summary report now available
    For two days, executives, researchers, entrepreneurs, regulators, and investors from around the globe joined Deloitte's energy professionals for an in-depth review of how innovative thinking is making the difference in addressing the challenges and opportunities in today’s global and domestic energy markets.
  • Plugged in: The last mile
    This report explores where Electric Vehicle (EV) owners are charging their cars, who is currently funding the charging infrastructure, and how build decisions are made.
  • Beyond the math: Preparing for disruption and innovation in the U.S. electric power industry
    This report offers electric sector stakeholders a way to think about the industry’s coming evolution so that they can determine if, when, and how to pursue transforming their business models. It also challenges stakeholders as to whether their organizations have what it will take to break the constraints to true innovation and move confidently toward a profitable, successful future.
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