Utilities Unbundled 16

This is a time of monumental change for the power and utilities sector. How energy is produced, who generates it and how it is bought, sold and distributed is all changing. Utilities Unbundled continues to explore what this means at a sector, company and technology level, right through the utility value chain.
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EY Utilities Unbundled 16:Nuclear: closing the fuel cycle?
Production & asset management

Nuclear: closing the fuel cycle?
GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy could be first to market with a commercial solution to nuclear waste disposal.

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EY Utilities Unbundled 16: Networks
Networks

Testing times for energy storage
A new storage trial by Australia’s SP AusNet signals radical change for network businesses in the next decade.

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EY Utilities Unbundled 16: Trading
Trading

Utilities are trading up
Utility trading businesses must be more adaptable than ever, says E.ON Global Commodities boss Christopher Delbrück.

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EY Utilities Unbundled 16: Retail
Retail

Can utilities become consumer heroes?
In the new energy marketplace, consumers pick favorites — but can utilities don the “white hat” of the consumer hero?

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EY Utilities Unbundled 16: Enterprise & regulation
Enterprise & regulation

The economics of equality
A diverse, gender-balanced leadership makes for better business — so why is the utility sector lagging behind?

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EY Utilities Unbundled 16: Special feature
Special feature

Tapping into water sustainability
Better collaboration between utilities is vital to deliver water supplies and infrastructure for future generations, says water expert Tony Conway of United Utilities.

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