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Utility of the Future Pulse Survey Report 2014

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Putting our finger on the pulse of the energy world

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The utility sector has seen significant transformation in the past decade, prompted in part by the development and deployment of advanced technologies and the evolution of industry policies and regulations. In recent years, such changes have resulted in notable shifts in the marketplace, including new offerings and market entrants, as well as the formation of disruptive business models. Evolving customer offerings around photovoltaic solar, energy efficiency and demand response at the wholesale and retail levels and recent engagements by Google, Comcast and GM in the power sector are but a few examples of how the industry is changing.

To measure the industry’s pulse and capture what challenges and opportunities are on the minds of leading industry executives and managers today, DNV GL (formerly DNV KEMA) surveyed 200 energy professionals across the United States (U.S.). This document summarizes survey findings and provides key insights about these results and the forces shaping the utility of the future.

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Putting our finger on the pulse of the energy world