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 what’s behind them to understand the impact they have on you and the way you do business.
The Center brings together a worldwide team of professionals, sharing knowledge and experience we’ve gained with power and utilities companies around the world.
You benefit from timely insights on the most pressing industry issues, from accessing fuel sources at competitive prices to navigating the complex environmental agenda. And we provide you with assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services that are tailored to your needs.
Wherever you are in the world, we support you in managing uncertainty and making the most of change.
Turn risks and opportunities into results
New technologies and a changing customer relationship are driving a fundamental transformation of the power and utilities business model. Market volatility, pricing pressure, variations in market performance and demanding stakeholders all have contributed to this evolution. We explore the top 10 risks and opportunities facing the sector today.
Diversification key to global renewables growth as China soars ahead of competitors
Countries are increasingly broadening their renewable energy portfolios amid challenging market conditions, according to our latest global Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Indices. China leads this trend and retains its top indices ranking.
New technologies, new expectations, new capital - can utilities balance the load?
The latest issue of Utilities unbundled explores how new technologies, regulations and ways of working continue to put utilities under financial pressure. How can they fund potentially risky projects and still maintain the low-risk profile expected of the industry, and ensure investment in reliable, clean power is effective?
Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Indices February 2011
Our latest Country Attractiveness Indices (2.2Mb) show tightening government budgets are leaving the global renewables market in flux, and, although new clean energy investment reached unprecedented levels in 2010, climbing 30% to US$243b (€181b), some countries and technologies are finding economic conditions challenging.
Also view the latest Carbon Capture and Storage Indices.