What’s the impact on power and utility companies?
KPMG and the UN Global Compact have developed the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Industry Matrix to inspire and inform greater private sector action to drive inclusive, sustainable prosperity.
Briefing on the outcome of COP22 – the 22nd UN Climate Conference.
Issues impacting the power and utilities industry.
Quarterly overview of the evolution in the European power and utilities sector.
This paper analyses the current situation, opportunities and strategies in the Mexican power and utilities sector.
New entrants are engaging utility customers directly and claiming revenues that utilities otherwise could have retained.
The KPMG Global Energy Institute is proud to announce the release of the 2016 Global Energy Conference Recap. The recap highlights the trends and issues brought forward throughout the conference via the breakout, keynote, and general sessions.
The KPMG Global Energy Conference is one of the firm’s most distinguished events, bringing together hundreds of energy executives and professionals from around the world to examine, discuss and debate the industry’s top issues and trends. It is through this renowned event that energy industry professionals can gain insight on emerging business trends driving change and transforming the industry.
The KPMG Energy Business Outlook, which reflects the viewpoints of senior energy executives in the United States, found that continued volatility in commodity pricing is requiring them to focus more closely on growth strategies and changing their business models.
Information technology (IT) has enabled energy companies to enhance operations through solutions that provide, among others, near real-time visibility, data-driven analysis and decision making, and mobility.
The power and utilities (P&U) industry is evolving in a way that requires utilities to excel at customer understanding and service excellence.
Taxes and Incentives for Renewable Energy is designed to help energy companies, investors and other entities stay current with government policies and programs that support renewable energy from wind, solar, biomass, geothermal and hydropower.
The focus of this white paper is on preparing for public utility commission prudency hearings related to the development and construction of large capital projects.
Companies in the energy and natural resources (ENR) sector face an increasingly complex operating environment around the world, not least in the field of compliance – and especially in the area of anti-bribery and corruption (ABC).
The third edition of the Rising Sun is inspired by the clear trend of renewable energy emerging as a mainstream energy source globally within the next decade.
A 2015 KPMG report that provides updates on renewable energy promotion policies for over 31 countries.
The onset of renewable generation, distributed generation, energy storage, and peak demand reduction technologies pose significant challenges to effective grid management.
The United States electric utility industry has undergone significant change in recent years, but is on the cusp of even further transformation.
The KPMG Global Energy Institute is proud to announce the release of the 2015 Global Energy Conference Recap.
Julie Luecht with KPMG can sum up how she got into risk management on the utilities side of the equation (with fuels and power gen) in one acronym, one command and three numbers: FERC Order 888.
In an economic environment where change moves faster than ever while growth takes time and focus, business leaders must look beyond the immediate horizon.
In recent years, the petrochemical industry has experienced a technological renaissance, shaking up global supply dynamics.
KPMG's Taxes and Incentives for Renewable Energy—2014 is designed to help energy companies, investors and other entities stay current with local country policies and programs supporting renewable energy around the world.
The KPMG Global Energy Conference is one of the firm’s most distinguished events, bringing together hundreds of energy executives and professionals from around the world to examine, discuss and debate the industry’s top issues and trends.
The KPMG Global Energy Conference (GEC), hosted by the KPMG Global Energy Institute, continues to provide an opportunity for energy executives to examine, discuss, and debate the industry's top issues while networking with peers and continuing their professional education.
Officials working to protect the nation from online threats are casting a wide net as they seek to guard against hackers and foreign governments targeting the United States.
The U.S. and Canadian renewable energy market is poised for a further upswing in M&A activity.