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公共事業者的革新策略的實行

Implementing Innovation Strategies for Utilities

出版商 Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research) 商品編碼 657089
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 13 Pages; 4 Tables, Charts & Figures
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公共事業者的革新策略的實行 Implementing Innovation Strategies for Utilities
出版日期: 2018年06月27日內容資訊: 英文 13 Pages; 4 Tables, Charts & Figures
簡介

把重點放在對 本報告以競爭激烈的未來的準備為重點,提供公共事業者的投資活動的相關調查,公共事業者實施的能源雲端及傳統投資數比較,能源雲端超過傳統的價值鏈的理由,革新的達成可能的環境的建立相關的建議等彙整資料。

背景

建議

能源雲端投資超過傳統價值鏈投資

  • 歐洲牽引公共事業者的投資活動
  • 傳統電力企業努力適應能源雲

焦點從傳統價值鏈轉移到能源雲端

  • 創新的必要事項不重要
  • 革新能源雲端的策略上的必要事項
  • 平台對革新來說極為重要
  • 革新流程的集中化

為了更競爭激烈的未來作準備的創新

  • 公共事業者、技術供應商必須為競爭作準備
  • 北美的公共事業者應為競爭激烈的未來作準備
  • 努力最佳化不是完美的革新流程
  • 接受失敗
目錄
Product Code: SI-UIBP-18

Utility investments are shifting from the traditional value chain toward Energy Cloud-related companies-those focused on renewables, energy services, or software to manage distributed energy resources (DER). Navigant Research's analysis of the investments global utilities made in 2016 and 2017 also shows that European utilities are leading the charge to the Energy Cloud, likely driven by a more competitive market and renewables-friendly energy policies across the continent.

The trend toward moving away from traditional large-scale generation is reflected in the poor financial performance of the large turbine manufacturers General Electric (GE) and Siemens, both of which have shed thousands of jobs. With increasing investment activity related to new technologies, the pressure to innovate has never been greater. Innovation is a strategic imperative to succeed in the Energy Cloud future.

This Navigant Research report examines utility investment activity, with a focus on preparing for a competitive future. The study compares the number of Energy Cloud and traditional investments made by utilities and examines why Energy Cloud investments now exceed those in the traditional utility value chain. It also provides detailed recommendations on how the utility industry can create an environment in which innovation can thrive.

Key Questions Addressed:

  • What kinds of companies are attracting utility investments?
  • Why are utilities increasingly investing in Energy Cloud companies?
  • How does the Energy Cloud force utilities to innovate?
  • Why should all utilities, regardless of regulatory framework, make plans for a more competitive future?

Who needs this report?

  • Utilities
  • Regulators
  • Technology vendors
  • Analytics software vendors
  • Internet of Things (IoT) platform vendors
  • Systems integrators
  • IT consultants
  • Energy Cloud startups
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

Spark

Context

Recommendations

Energy Cloud Investments Exceed Traditional Value Chain Investments

  • Utility Investment Activity Is Driven by Europe
  • Traditional Power Businesses Struggle to Adapt to the Energy Cloud

Focus Shifts from Traditional Value Chain to Energy Cloud

  • Imperative to Innovate Has Never Been Greater
  • Innovation Is a Strategic Imperative in the Energy Cloud
  • Platforms Are Vital for Innovation
  • Innovation Processes Are Being Centralized

Innovate to Prepare for a More Competitive Future

  • Utilities and Technology Vendors Must Prepare to Compete
  • North American Utilities Should Plan for a Competitive Future
  • Strive to Optimize-Not Perfect-Innovation Processes
  • Embrace Failure

Charts

  • Value of Utility Investments by Transaction, World Markets: 2016 and 2017
  • Number of Utility Investments by Transaction, World Markets: 2016 and 2017
  • Number of Utility Investments by Investor Region, World Markets: 2016 and 2017
  • Number of North American and European Utility Investments: 2016 and 2017