With more than 180,000 people in over 40 countries, Capgemini is one of the world’s foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services. The Group reported 2015 global revenues of EUR 11.9 billion. Together with its clients, Capgemini creates and delivers business, technology and digital solutions that fit their needs, enabling them to achieve innovation and competitiveness. A deeply multicultural organization, Capgemini has developed its own way of working, the Collaborative Business ExperienceTM, and draws on Rightshore®, its worldwide delivery model.
Capgemini’s Global Utilities Sector serves the top Utilities worldwide and draws on a network of more than 12,000 dedicated sector consultants. More on industry specific solutions is available at www.capgemini.com/utilities.
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Utilities-Seeing the World through a Digital Lens
The digitization of the power sector is a reality which utilities should prepare for.
It’s Time for “Trial-and-Error Trading” to End
A think tank session for energy traders will encourage innovative thinking amongst energy traders.
Island of Texel Joins Europe’s Growing Number of Energy Communities
Energy communities are being established in response to high utility bills and unreliable power.
Utilities must adapt to a changing environment
EU utilities are worth half a trillion less due to the economic turndown and the introduction of renewables and micro-generation.
Utilities Should Take Advantage of the Transformation
The power industry faces major disruption but there are some utilities that are not planning sufficiently for this imminent transformation.
Going Digital to Provide More Services
Utilities will need to embrace digitization if they are to keep their customers.
Energy Industry In Crisis – Utilities Beware
Utilities are set to be undermined by the structural crisis facing the sector unless they adapt to changing market conditions.
Embracing Market Disruption A Must For Long Term Success
Was RWE’s US$3.8 billion loss in 2013 testament of an industry moving too slowly in the face of market change?
Utilities Fight Back With New Ideas
Utilities have at best a five-year window to adapt and prepare for the new energy economy.
Going Digital With Asset Lifecycle Management
For every important physical asset there be should be a trusted digital asset.
From Utility To Energy Services
The utility transformation should be built on the customer experience
Digitizing The Customer Experience
Capgemini’s u2es uses the digital customer experience to power the energy and services supplier of the future.
Five principles for Europe’s clean energy transition
Action needs to be taken in Europe to avoid losing its leadership status in clean energy research and innovation.
Using disruption to your advantage
An uncertain future for the energy industry should motivate utilities to be more flexible and innovative.
Europe’s energy markets – the new realities
European utilities need to quickly adapt their business models to the new market realities.
Building an intelligent grid: Why an IoT platform is the solution
In this thought piece
Utility finances: the real cost of renewables – WEMO report
How are European utilities adapting to declining revenues? Capgemini’s new monitoring report gives context to an increasingly global challenge.
Meter to cash: How multichannel communication is improving revenue collection
How are energy companies curbing the customer flight risk? By deploying cloud-based customer interaction and meter-to-cash technology
Utilities at risk of solar and storage technology uberisation
Worldwide studies are showing rapid development and decreasing prices in solar and storage technologies. What could this mean for utilities?
Solar and storage: a roadmap for successful utilities
Massive cost reduction in solar photovoltaic (PV) equipment and batteries is opening up new opportunities in every power market