Discussing the Utility of the Future

By Jill Feblowitz – June 21, 2013
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What does the utility of the future look like anyway? The discussion topic is not a new one. Over the last twenty-five years, we have seen the era of deregulation, renewable portfolio standards and the investment in utility-scale renewables, the build out of the smart grid and retirement of coal fired plants. With the development of shale gas, the decline in consumption, the need to invest in infrastructure and the rise in distributed energy resources (DER), the discussions have evolved. There are a limited number of venues where utilities can come together to discuss the outlook for the industry. The Utility of the Future Leadership Forum sponsored by DNV KEMA has discovered the formula for lively, honest and informed discussions in an intimate setting.


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Jill Feblowitz

Vice PresidentIDC Energy Insights

Analyst covering information technology in utilities and oil & gas since 2000. Consultant to utilities from 1991 to 2000. Currently VP at IDC Energy Insights leading a team of analysts focused…


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