Utility Execs on Decarbonization and Customers

Deck: 

Promising Pathways

Fortnightly Magazine - October 2020

Utilities are heavily invested in a decarbonization journey as a pathway to a clean energy future for their customers and the communities they serve. More utilities are setting net-zero targets by 2050 or earlier. They will need to change their strategy, investment and divestiture plans, business and regulatory models, products and services, and operations and people to capitalize on the opportunities of their decarbonization journey.

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Recently, we, meaning PUF's Steve Mitnick and Guidehouse's Dan Hahn and Jan Vrins, talked with inspiring utility CEOs about what they are doing to help their customers decarbonize, the impacts they are seeing, and the most promising paths to decarbonization for their companies and their customers.

We heard from CMS Energy's CEO Patti Poppe, Duquesne Light Company's CEO, Steve Malnight, and Portland General Electric's CEO Maria Pope on their perspectives and tangible actions their companies are taking to meet their decarbonization and their customers' decarbonization goals. We hope you find the conversation interesting and meaningful as you think about how you are helping your customers decarbonize for the future.

 

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