The utility of the future is unfolding. Emerging technologies. Evolving responses to environmental and energy security concerns. Challenging capital markets. All are redefining how we produce, transmit, distribute, and use electricity.
The utility of the future is also now. We are implementing automation and advanced metering infrastructure. We are managing demand through energy efficiency programs and sustainable building design. We are replacing and maintaining rapidly aging electric power infrastructure. We are expanding and diversifying generation portfolios.
Making insightful, integrated utility future decisions
Utilities are seeking new approaches to address a wide range of issues at the same time. They are stretching planning horizons out as far as 20 years. And they are building a vision that will transform their organizations into utilities that power the computerized, information driven economies, businesses and homes of the 21st century.
Insightful decisions made today can build a more efficient, dynamic bridge to the future. Building out the Utility of the Future involves integrating systems, work processes and technological advances into the utility business. It is about building the infrastructure that will enable a transformation of business model so the utility can continue to succeed into the future.
Balancing utility objectives, technology and business models with long-term direction
DNV KEMA provides a whole-view, integrated approach to solving infrastructure, technology and business issues. We help clients build for the future by balancing their short-term business objectives with long-term direction.
We work with clients to develop a roadmap of intended outcomes, to make the right strategic and investment decisions, and to set a course for implementation. Along the way, DNV KEMA offers a comprehensive suite of business and technical solutions and services to align processes and operations—delivering results that help clients achieve higher levels of sustainability, reliability, availability and profitability.