Date: June 15, 2017
Time: 1:00 EDT
Price: FREE

Webinar Playback

North American electric utilities face profound changes—from distributed energy resources to energy efficiency to demands for clean energy—that are challenging traditional business models. Utilities must adapt to changing regulations, maintain the reliability of their infrastructure, and focus on activities that deliver shareholder value—all while investing in new technologies and services to build new revenue streams.

Making the right asset investment decisions is a key focus as utilities move to what’s next, but how do utilities rapidly respond to changes as they occur? How can utilities become learning organizations focused on continuous improvement with their asset investment decisions? This webinar addresses:

  • The impact of today’s energy transformation on utilities and their assets
  • How asset investment decisions based on value and risk can help utilities adapt to rapidly changing conditions

Webinar Thought Leaders


Anuja Ratnayake

Director of Emerging Technology Strategy
Duke Energy


Boudewijn Neijens

Executive Director
Copperleaf Technologies

ModeratorH. Christine Richards

H. Christine Richards

Chief Content Officer & VP of Research


Jon Thompson

Smart Cities and Utilities Enterprise Architect