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|Integrated Resource Planning||Understand the changing fuel mix for procurement/investment purposes|
|Technology/Cost Trends||Assess the impact of emerging technologies and differential costs on power demand, supply and generation options|
|Fuel Cost/Procurement||Understand the impact of cross-fuel competition on power and renewables markets|
|Industry Landscape||Keep pace with the competition, best business models, hot markets and new technologies|
|Regulatory/Policy Monitoring||Prepare for the business impact of federal, state or provincial policy/regulatory choices|
|Project Development/Market Opportunity||Evaluate key player strategies, supply chain opportunities and project finance models|
|Competitive Strategy||Assess key players, best business models and market share|
A major power company was considering stepping up its investments in renewables to develop a more balanced supply mix.
IHS Power & Renewables Suite provided the company with an understanding of competitive technologies, cost trends, likely short- and long-term developments, and the impact of governmental regulations.
The company is now well positioned to make current and future strategic investment decisions, anticipate market shifts and monitor future regulatory changes.
When delivering electricity and natural gas to millions of consumers, this American utility enabled its engineers to find specific industry standards information 5-20 minutes faster – saving 2-3 days each week across 50 engineers – and reduced the hours that the corporate librarian spent assisting with searches.Learn more about our client’s successes
New Jersey’s oldest investor-owned utility, has implemented an enterprise EMIS to centralize tracking of 45,000-plus tasks for 200-plus permits and provide environmental metrics for reporting to shareholders, the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, and others.Learn more about our client’s successes
The largest utility in the US replaced more than 60 legacy systems and is managing more than 1 million chemical inventory records with a single enterprise-wide system called e-TRAC (Electronic Toolkit for Regulatory Assurance and Compliance).Learn more about our client’s successes
South Carolina’s largest power utility created a unified EMIS that eliminated or replaced 43% of legacy checklists, forms and reports in order to manage 5,000-plus compliance tasks over two years and help the organization achieve 96% customer satisfaction for its attention to environmental issues.Learn more about our client’s successes