Real Change in Energy and Utilities
The Energy and Utilities sector is experiencing unprecedented change from many areas including new technology, the push to decarbonise, customer demands and regulatory changes. In the Energy and Water industries, organisations must transform to stay abreast of these pressures and requirements. The pace of change has never been greater and innovation as a process is now commonplace:
- Energy: the demand for electricity will continue to grow as the rollout of Electric Vehicles gathers pace, whilst simultaneously the momentum to source the electricity from renewable and low carbon forms of generation, such as Nuclear, will continue. Smart grids and digitisation will be key features of the electricity network in the future and the potential of hydrogen as a multi-functional key element of the power sector of the future is being explored at pace.
- Water: climate change and demand has led to an imbalance in the water table where flood and drought are more regular occurrences. A regulator baring its teeth has put pressure on the sector to explore greater efficiencies and exploit new technologies and processes. Customer expectations have grown, and the inefficiencies and mistakes tolerated in the past will not now be acceptable.
- Nuclear: concurrent programmes of new generation capacity development with EDF and the Small Modular Reactor programme will be delivered alongside a substantial decommissioning project portfolio covering the Magnox, Sellafield and EDF fleet of stations.
Project One has a long history of successful transformation delivery in the Energy and Utilities sectors covering many different functions and technologies. We are very well placed to support the transformation agendas of organisations in these sectors, having successfully delivered regulatory, technology implementation, target operating model and business transformation programmes at several leading Energy, Water and Nuclear organisations. We are a growing team of Change Experts with extensive consulting experience in these industries and with our track record and change leadership capabilities, we are ready to help our customers deliver their challenging transformation plans.
Award Winning Work
The Financial Times has named Project One, for the third consecutive year, as one of the UK’s leading management consultancies in its annual report, which uses customer and consultancy peer recommendations to rank and rate consultancies.
Out of 1,700 organisations under consideration, 194 were recognised in the list, with Project One ranked 18th overall and the only boutique consultancy to be recognised in the category of Digital Transformation.
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