1009 Executive Digest.Industry Report 2

The most successful utilities in the 21st century will differ from those of the 20th century. To remain competitive, U.S. utilities must provide cleaner, low-carbon electricity while enabling customers to better manage and reduce their energy use. 

Achieving this will require significant changes to the traditional utility business model, according to Ceres’ new report, “The 21st Century Electric Utility: Positioning for a Low-Carbon Future,” by Navigant Consulting.

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1009 Executive Digest.Industry Report 2

The most successful utilities in the 21st century will differ from those of the 20th century. To remain competitive, U.S. utilities must provide cleaner, low-carbon electricity while enabling customers to better manage and reduce their energy use. 

Achieving this will require significant changes to the traditional utility business model, according to Ceres’ new report, “The 21st Century Electric Utility: Positioning for a Low-Carbon Future,” by Navigant Consulting.

Click here for report