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    Transform To Transition: An Inflection Point For US Utilities


    December 1, 2022 - By Rogers Herndon, John Corrigan, Julie McLaughlin and Benjamin Jackson

     

      With the macro landscape changing rapidly, transformation of electric utility operating models and capital allocation strategies will be required in order to address pressures on cash flow, balance sheets, returns and equity valuations while delivering on reliability, affordability and energy transition commitments.

      "Transform to Transition," a paper authored by A&M Energy experts, details four key moves to address near-term challenges while re-positioning for the future.

      • Accelerate the transition to a structurally lower-OpEx business model
      • Source and allocate capital fund increasing infrastructure investments
      • Grow billing determinants
      • Re-set the strategic growth narrative

      Learn how Alvarez & Marsal's Transform to Transition approach can serve as a framework to re-set the strategic narrative.

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      The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide to the subject matter. Specialist advice should be sought about your specific circumstances.

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