Innovation Benchmarking in European Energy Utilities

Identifying Best Practices among Leading Firms

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The energy industry, which has traditionally been highly stable, is currently undergoing a drastic transformation. A number of disrupting elements, including the digitisation of electricity networks and products, deregulation, increased competition from new entrants, decreasing demand, a shift to cleaner energy sources, changes in consumption patterns, and new business models, are forcing energy utilities to change the way in which they do business. This has been particularly significant for European energy utilities where these transformational drivers have been the most felt. In response to this threat, many of the leading companies in Europe have been investing heavily in research and development to diversify their small portfolios (electricity sales) and capture new product opportunities (smart and connected home devices, distributed generation products). In addition, several firms have taken the more audacious steps of re-structuring themselves to better focus on emerging market opportunities. Ultimately, these changes will lead to new business models being adopted in the industry. In this insight, Frost & Sullivan assesses the key areas of innovation currently being targeted by the leading market participants and scouts for industry best practices that will most likely lead to market success.

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Innovation Benchmarking in European Energy UtilitiesExecutive SummaryCEO’s 360 Degree Perspective on GrowthAreas of Innovation of Major UtilitiesKey FindingsAssociated Research and MultimediaIntroductionIntroductionIntroduction (continued)Introduction (continued)Introduction (continued)Introduction (continued)Transformational Trends Driving Innovation in UtilitiesKey Enablers for Innovation in the Utility SectorEnablers ExplainedEnablers Explained (continued)Key Challenges for Utility Business Model InnovationChallenges ExplainedChallenges Explained (continued)Key Trends and Areas of Innovation in Power UtilitiesKey Trends and Areas of Innovation in UtilitiesKey Trends and Areas of Innovation in Utilities (continued)Key Trends and Areas of Innovation in Utilities (continued)Key Trends and Areas of Innovation in Utilities (continued)Key Trends and Areas of Innovation in Utilities (continued)Key Trends and Areas of Innovation in Utilities (continued)Key Trends and Areas of Innovation in Utilities (continued)Recent Statements from Key UtilitiesGrowth Option MatrixUtility Innovation Ratings and BenchmarksUtility RatingsUtility Ratings (continued)Profiles of Leading ParticipantsEDFEDF (continued)EDF (continued)EDF (continued)RWERWE (continued)RWE (continued)RWE (continued)E.ONE.ON (continued)E.ON (continued)E.ON (continued)ENELENEL (continued)ENEL (continued)ENEL (continued)ENGIEENGIE (continued)ENGIE (continued)ENGIE (continued)The Last WordPredictions for the FutureLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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