Impact of Global Trends on Power Utilities

Impact of Global Trends on Power Utilities

Transformative Changes to Existing Utility Business Models to Generate Low-Carbon Power

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07-Sep-2015
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: 9AAE-00-29-00-00
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As global economies grow manifold, people's standards of living will rise, challenging traditional utilities' business models. Global Mega Trends are disruptive forces that have far-reaching impact on several industries including power utilities. As a result, it is essential for utility companies to adopt a well-balanced strategy, strengthen existing capabilities, and develop customer-focused offerings to penetrate new markets. The study details business opportunities for various participants in the value chain that would continue to grow, new utility business models that are likely to evolve, and regulations that would be revised to facilitate this transition.

Table of Contents

Research Scope and Methodology

Expected Energy Landscape in 2035

Energy Sector Challenges

Global Mega Trends

Global Mega Trends (continued)

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Key Findings

Traditional Utility Model

Challenges in the Traditional Model of Utilities

Challenges in the Traditional Model of Utilities (continued)

Evolving Utility Models

Evolving Utility Models (continued)

Evolving Utility Models (continued)

Role of the Future Utilities—Case Study 1

Role of the Future Utilities—Case Study 2

Utility Business Models Mapping

Utility Business Models Mapping (continued)

Utility Business Models Mapping (continued)

Utility Business Models Mapping (continued)

Utility Business Models Mapping (continued)

Utility Business Models Mapping (continued)

Strategic Options for Participants

Strategic Options for Participants (continued)

Strategic Options for Participants (continued)

Strategic Options for Participants (continued)

Strategic Options for Participants (continued)

Current Policy Disincentives for the Shift

Policy 1: Subsidy Support for Distributed Generation—Renewable Energy Incentives Program

Policy 2: Removing Disincentive for EE Measures—Revenue Decoupling

Policy 3: Reward-enhancing Customer Value—Performance-based Regulation

Policy 4: Removing Incentives From Current Structure—Focus Shift From Cost of Service Regulation

Conclusions

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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As global economies grow manifold, people's standards of living will rise, challenging traditional utilities' business models. Global Mega Trends are disruptive forces that have far-reaching impact on several industries including power utilities. As a result, it is essential for utility companies to adopt a well-balanced strategy, strengthen existing capabilities, and develop customer-focused offerings to penetrate new markets. The study details business opportunities for various participants in the value chain that would continue to grow, new utility business models that are likely to evolve, and regulations that would be revised to facilitate this transition.
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Author Subha Krishnan
Industries Energy
WIP Number 9AAE-00-29-00-00
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