You are here: Home Resources Reports The 21st Century Electric Utility: Positioning for a Low-Carbon Future
Document Actions
  • Print this Print this
  • Email this page

The 21st Century Electric Utility: Positioning for a Low-Carbon Future

July 2010 - This report identifies five key elements of a 21st century electric utility business model and makes specific recommendations to utilities as they transition to a low-carbon future. It is by no means the final word on this complex and constantly evolving subject. Rather it is a starting point for utilities, policymakers, regulators, investors, analysts, and advocates to consider the utility decisions and behaviors best suited to helping us realize the energy future we all want – a future that, as the report says, “minimizes cost, risk and environmental impact, and maximizes opportunity, options and societal benefit.”

July 2010 - This report identifies five key elements of a 21st century electric utility business model and makes specific recommendations to utilities as they transition to a low-carbon future. It is by no means the final word on this complex and constantly evolving subject. Rather it is a starting point for utilities, policymakers, regulators, investors, analysts, and advocates to consider the utility decisions and behaviors best suited to helping us realize the energy future we all want – a future that, as the report says, “minimizes cost, risk and environmental impact, and maximizes opportunity, options and societal benefit.”

This Download Requires Registration

Please provide your contact information to view or download the resource. We will use and store the personal information that you provide (e.g., your e-mail address, name, organization) only for tracking distribution of our reports and resources. By registering, you give us permission to email you with occasional updates about the report (i.e. webinars, events), but you will not be added to any email lists unless you sign up for the Ceres Newsletter. We promise not to sell, rent or share your personal information with any third parties.