UtilitiesGovernment and AgenciesPrivate Developers
Electrical hardware and equipment at transformer station


Electric utilities operate in a regulated environment, generally due to natural monopoly market structure, deliver an essential public good, and exist within a high transparency environment.


  • Planning in current innovation heavy environment
  • Competitive pressures on periphery
    –  Distributed generation
  • Pressure to balance cost and service
    –  Service is a balance of reliability, safety, environment and similar risks
    –  Quantification
    –  Increasing social demands (e.g., greater environmental constraints)
  • Legacy circumstances
    –  Generational workforce turnover
    –  Innovation not easily embraced by incumbent and dominant market player
    –  Interconnection obligations and electrification

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Project Experience