By: Saurabh Bansal, Dan Belmont, AJ Brown, Scott Crider, Paul A. DeCotis, Andrew Dillon, Danny Freeman, Shelly Hagerman, Andrew Kinaci, Bridget Wandelt
Meanwhile, factors beyond their control—digital transformation, resilience mandates, an aging workforce, and the growing importance of distributed energy—are prompting a sweeping reexamination of their business model.
There is, of course, much more work to be done. Utility infrastructure modernization continues to be a major need, and a multi-year process. As technology advances and the regulatory and business constraints evolve, the requirement to protect their devices and operational technology systems evolves. We offer this 2019 outlook to help the industry prepare for what promises to be a dynamic year.
Read this paper to learn the six interdependent issues driving change in utilities in 2019 and beyond.