Utility Dive surveyed over 500 electric utility execs to reveal what they think are the biggest threats and opportunities facing the industry.
Examples of Findings:
- “95% anticipate that their utility’s regulatory model will change over the next 10 years, and 57% believe it will change significantly.”
- “70% of utilities already offer or plan to offer dynamic pricing to customers within the next five years.”
- “54% of utilities say they face stakeholder pressure to supply cleaner and more sustainable energy.”
A new report has been published, based on data from Navigant Research, on the “global advanced energy sector” by Advanced Energy Economy (AEE). AEE is a clean energy business advocacy group. Analysis of Navigant Research’s data revealed the global advanced energy economy was valued at $1.1 trillion in 2013.
The AEE report also goes into detail for each of the building efficiency subsectors which as a whole represented $43.9 billion in U.S. revenues and $150 billion worldwide in 2013.
“Last week, Governor Christie …. announced the allocation of $25 million in federal funds to local governments to develop alternative energy projects designed to make New Jersey’s energy infrastructure resilient and reliable in the face of power outages.” By Mary Barber