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Summer reading for utilities

"We believe that organizations that put digital and sustainability at the core of their business will increase efficiencies, stability, and safety, while attracting new talent and delivering greater value for all stakeholders."

— STEPHANIE JAMISON, Accenture Utilities Global Lead

Taking charge of the energy transition

Will they still be “Utilities” by 2030?

Explores the future for electric utilities as they rise to the challenges and opportunities presented by the energy transition.

Industrial clusters critical to achieving net-zero

In collaboration with the World Economic Forum, this study explores the critical role of industrial clusters in accelerating the path to net zero.

Grid talk

Powering Distribution for the Energy Transition

To thrive amid energy transition disruption, distribution businesses are moving toward a more active, data-driven intelligent energy system. Read more.

Utilities control center of the future

How advanced digital technology can drive improved performance, collaboration and informed, data-driven decisions. Read more.

Vegetation management: Key levers for cost savings

Investment in technologies and advanced analytics can sustainably reduce utilities O&M spend over the long term. Read more.

The new energy consumer

Embrace new connected energy business models

New connected energy business models hold great potential for energy companies to find fresh growth. Read more.

Business of Experience For Energy Retailers

The opportunity for energy retailers to center their businesses around exceptional business experiences. Read more.

Fjord Trends 2021, Utilities Business Trends

The 2020 shake-up of the status quo is an opportunity for energy retailers to redefine relationships with customers and how they deliver services. 

Digital and sustainable enterprise

Every utility leader is a technology leader

Utilities are placing the power of technology in everyone's hands, creating a better future for all.

Reinventing the utility employee experience

By meeting six fundamental human needs through work, utility companies can unlock the full potential of their employees.
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