Diversifying into a greener, more efficient business on the road to net zero
29 April 2021 | 11am BST
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If the industry is to meet net zero targets, it must grapple with ambitious transformation agendas and keep up with evolving customer expectations. In energy, the decarbonisation of transport and heat will put new pressures on the grid and bring about substantial shifts in customer behaviours, while the water sector addresses heightening customer engagement around sustainability and the pressures on water resources.
Meeting these challenges and becoming a greener business overall will require utilities to look within. From maximising operational efficiencies to identifying areas for growth into greener products and services, there is plenty for organisations to consider. Utilities will face the challenge of identifying the right opportunities, deploying new products and services with speed and ensuring new arms of the business are given the support needed to scale up fast.
How can utility companies strike the balance between growth, diversification and operational efficiencies and ensure the right support is in place to accelerate this transformation?
This roundtable will bring together senior figures working across operations, strategy, transformation, asset management and product development to discuss the challenges and opportunities of becoming a greener business in 2021 and beyond.
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From electric fleets to investment emissions: what makes a truly green business and where should immediate priorities lie?
Opportunities from the green transition: how can new products and services be launched with success?
What extra support might new arms of the business need to launch and scale up fast?
Introduction to roundtable & participant introductions
Green to the core: what does this look like and how do we get there?
- From electric fleets to investment emissions: what makes a truly green business and where should immediate priorities lie?
- How can organisations become more efficient in their energy consumption and operations?
- Opportunities from the green transition: how can new products and services be launched with success?
- What extra support might new arms of the business need to launch and scale up fast?
- Becoming more operationally agile: how critical will this be in preparing for future industry change?
- How might current business models evolve and are processes and systems prepared?
Summary & end of discussion
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This roundtable discussion is designed for senior executives working across operations, strategy, transformation, asset management and product development within the utilities industry.
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