Power & Utilities

Is your company a utility of the future?

The changes affecting power and utilities companies have provoked some apocalyptic headlines. While no-one would argue that the sector is dealing with the most significant transformation in its history, we’re much more optimistic. If businesses make the right moves to address the challenges they face and embrace the opportunities, they can be a thriving ‘utility of the future’.

But this means becoming so much more than a reliable energy supply.  To prosper, power and utility companies will have to satisfy a diverse range of customer, business and community demands and do so in a rapidly changing regulatory and technological environment. PwC believe the utility of the future is unlikely to control the full value chain but rather will enable valued energy solutions for their targeted customers - it will become an ‘energy enabler’.

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How we can work with you

We work with power and utilities clients to help them not just survive the current period of disruption, but reconfigure themselves for sustained success. Our experienced team of experts help companies to transform their operations, grow their revenues and reduce costs. We work alongside them to develop new strategies, build new operating models, and create new ways of managing to deliver superior customer and investor value.

 

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Trading energy stories - what can Australia learn from Germany’s energy market?

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Publications

The Power of Perspective: 10 Principles for Winning the Game of Digital Disruption

The Power of Perspective: 10 Principles for Winning the Game of Digital Disruption

A high-stakes global game of digital disruption is currently under way. It is enabled by the latest wave of technology: advances in artificial intelligence, data analytics, robotics, the Internet of Things and many others. Read all about the 10 principals.

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Bringing North Sea energy ashore efficiently

Bringing North Sea energy ashore efficiently

In collaboration with the World Energy Council (WEC), we look at the rapidly increasing offshore wind capacity on the North Sea. When coupled with demand on shore, our research shows that several solutions and technologies need to be developed in order to bring the energy to the end consumer in the most efficient lowest cost way.

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Contact us

Mark Coughlin
Energy Utilities & Mining Leader, PwC Australia
Tel: +61 3 8603 0009
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Andy Welsh
Power & Utilities Deals Leader, PwC Australia
Tel: +61 3 8603 2704
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