South Africa


  • Industry: Power & Utilities
  • Type: Survey report
  • Date: 2014/01/31

KPMG A leader in the Power & Utilities industry 

A period of unprecedented change has left the global Power & Utilities industry confronting a unique set of challenges. Against a backdrop of much-needed modernization, renewable energy continues to move into the mainstream for Power & Utilities companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) — while nuclear energy, by contrast, faces a mixed future. Meanwhile, European Power & Utilities companies continue to battle both volatile prices and a shortage of investment capital — at a time when many of them need to expand into high-growth markets across the globe.
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In the Americas region, emerging smart technologies, the shale gas revolution and aging infrastructure are just some of the many significant factors currently affecting the industry. At the same time, a recovering economy, evolving federal and state policies to regulate environmental issues and financial derivatives, the need for greener energy and prioritization of necessary capital projects are also shaping this industry in dramatic and unpredictable ways. In this publication, KPMG’s Global Energy Institute a worldwide knowledge-sharing platform detailing insights into current issues and emerging trends within the Power & Utilities sector.

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