Managing the Utility Enterprise – Winter 2015

The ScottMadden Energy Industry Update | February 2015

Differing regulatory constructs are driving utilities to adjust their business models. In this section we look at examples of these options. We also examine trends in levelized cost of energy from various resources and what those drivers are.

Key highlights include:

  • Evolving Utility Business Models: Differing regulatory and incentive constructs matter
  • Levelized Cost of Energy: The trends, the debate, and the outcome

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