Who or what has the potential to disrupt the utilities industry the most?

Discover the thoughts of npower, Ofgem and more

With increasing regulation, heightening fear in the industry, and new companies every month reminding us that the end could very well be near, it’s clear that there are a variety of factors creating tidal waves in the energy industry right now. Which threats will cause the most disruption? Electric vehicles seem to be on these industry leaders’ minds, what’s on yours?

Hear the thoughts of:

    • Juliet Davenport, CEO, Good Energy
    • Mary Starks, Executive Director of Consumers and Markets, Ofgem
    • Paige Mullen, European Project Manager, Nuuve
    • Matthew Cole, Head of Policy & Social Energy, npower

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