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Capital-market pressures are increasingly focused on each segment of the value chain. We work with clients to identify opportunities and assess alternatives for increasing shareholder and market value.
Market knowledge, flexibility, and risk management are all essential to success in today's competitive generation and wholesale trading markets. We advise clients on upstream strategies and expand their understanding of generation and trading markets through modeling and analysis.
Consistent, superior performance and growth are twin requirements for success as liberalization and unbundling focus pressure on this sector. Our practice helps clients seize unbundling opportunities, leverage existing assets and customer relationships, and build new businesses through acquisition or organic growth.
We track growth and evolution of the global electric power, natural gas, and water markets, providing public- and private-sector clients around the world with counsel and analysis on market and regulatory reform.
Distributed generation, home networks, and other emerging technologies offer significant growth and discontinuity opportunities. We continually evaluate emerging technologies, and help clients identify and capitalize on them.
Under liberalization, retailing of electric power, natural gas, and energy products has attracted many new competitors to both brick-and-mortar and dotcom sectors. We help clients address increasing competition through new products and services, as well as develop and execute marketing strategies and core customer processes.
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October 2011—European utilities may soon have to earn a growing share of their profits by helping households save energy rather than consume it.more