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About our Power & Utilities services

Who we are

Our Global Power & Utilities Center doesn’t just react to changing market conditions, we help shape them. We don’t just know the issues, we’ve analyzed them to understand their impact on you and the way you do business.

We are committed to delivering industry insight that creates value. Our global team of over 3,500 professionals collaborate and share industry knowledge to help you succeed in a changing world.

Our team is ready to develop practical approaches to the assurance, advisory, tax, transactions and finance-related issues you face.

How we work

We make it our business to understand your business and keep our advice relevant to your needs.

We work with you as you transform your business, helping you anticipate pitfalls and realize the results on which your future depends.

We work with leading companies in the power and utilities industry. This means we understand the sector and its underlying drivers.

Wherever you are in the world, we help you manage uncertainty and make the most of change.

We are the leading provider of professional services to the power and utilities sector.

  • We are the leading auditor of power and utilities companies on the 2011 Fortune Global 500 (25%).
  • We also work for 77% of Fortune Global 500 power and utilities companies.

 

Contact us

Steve Power    Steve Power 
Leader,
Power & Utilities
416 943 3367
 

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