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14 minutes | Dec 7, 2021
Renewable transition: Separating perception from reality
The road to net-zero emissions is not only a complex one, but also riddled with misconceptions. Most countries are targeting net-zero emissions by 2050, and in the United States, there’s discussion of a 2035 target for decarbonizing the power sector. How difficult will it be to get there? Tune into the latest episode with Jim, Marlene, and Kate as they discuss five common perceptions around renewables—and the actual ground reality. Read the report: Renewable transition: Separating perception from reality
25 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
Implications of decarbonization on the power workforce
Decarbonization by 2035 could lead to a tripling of the power workforce. In this episode, Brad and Carolyn offer suggestions on what the power sector will need to do to fill these jobs, including expediting digitalization, preparing to compete against other industries with select digital and data management skills, recruiting for talent in socioeconomically disadvantaged areas, and more. Read the report: The decarbonized power workforce: Digital and diverse
10 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
Smart energy management for industrials (United States)
A podcast about converging trends that will likely accelerate industrial companies’ adoption of energy management solutions and potentially boost their interaction with electric utilities and the grid.
13 minutes | Jan 7, 2021
2021 Power and Utilities Industry Outlook
In 2020, the US power and utilities (P&U) industry led the clean energy transition despite federal policy headwinds—and COVID-19 helped solidify the urgency. In this episode, Stanley and Jim discuss how the energy industry converge as players seek to serve a growing clean power industry in an economy moving towards electrification and five P&U trends as we enter a new landscape.
15 minutes | Jan 7, 2021
2021 Renewable Energy Industry Outlook
The potential for increasing renewable energy demand—combined with the electrification of transportation and industrials, as well as oil and gas companies’ increased participation in the electricity value chain—is accelerating industry convergence. In this episode, Jim and Marlene discuss how these trends could help foster collaboration and what the year ahead may look like for the renewable energy industry.
16 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
Business and residential consumer attitudes about energy and resource management (United States)
How have consumer and business attitudes toward energy and resource management, renewables, and climate issues changed over the past 10 years? And will COVID-19 stand in the way of continued progress? Tune into this latest episode with Jim, Marlene, and Kate as they discuss the latest survey results from Deloitte’s 10th year Resources Study and their long-term outlook for the energy industry.
10 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
Midyear 2020 Renewable Energy Industry Outlook (United States)
As we began 2020, the renewable energy industry was just preparing to enter a new phase of growth driven largely by increasing customer demand, cost competitiveness, innovation, and collaboration. But within a few months, the COVID-19 pandemic caused major disruption across the sector. In this episode, Jim and Marlene discuss the major trends outlined in Deloitte’s midyear 2020 report—providing insights about short-term challenges and long-term trajectory—and what it means for companies in the industry.
10 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
Midyear 2020 Power and Utilities Industry Outlook (United States)
In our original 2020 power and utilities industry outlook, we saw emerging opportunities for the industry as it led the economy-wide clean energy transition. While some of the trends around climate goals, DER, and growth will continue, the COVID-19 pandemic has catalyzed the transition while lending urgency to strategic decisions about DER and growth opportunities. In this episode, Stanley and Jim discuss the major trends outlined in Deloitte’s midyear 2020 report—providing insights to help leaders navigate increased uncertainty in the wake of COVID-19.
19 minutes | Jun 25, 2020
Exploring the utility customer of the future (US)
The COVID-19 crisis and the related economic downturn is an external disaster that all utility companies are contending with now. How can utilities overcome these disruptions? In this podcast episode, we share how it’s important for utility companies now facing a higher bar for consumer engagement, to advance and take advantage of new digital ways to communicate and interact.
17 minutes | Jun 1, 2020
100 percent renewables Dbrief (Part 2) podcast (US)
In Part 2 of our podcast version of our Dbrief on “Greening your organization’s energy profile,” Marlene Motyka discusses the insights from the Renewable Transition survey and how companies are taking steps towards a renewable energy future.
28 minutes | Feb 28, 2020
Live from the 2019 Deloitte Renewable Energy Seminar (US)
Industry leaders from energy service providers, utilities, associations, think tanks, NGOs, and executives from the manufacturing, finance, and technology sectors shared their perspectives on the drivers and opportunities in the global transition to a renewables dominated future. Listen to the podcast to hear insights from our speakers and their sessions.
14 minutes | Feb 20, 2020
Smart Cities: The Future is Electric (UK)
The move towards electrification through greener means will change the way we power our communities, industries, and daily lives. In this podcast, Simon Dixon Global Transport Lead, Duncan Barnes, EMEA Digital Utility Lead, and Justine Bornstein, Energy & Transport Insights Lead share their views on how the transport and energy sectors are changing.
23 minutes | Aug 22, 2019
How are renewables and utilities shaping smart cities? (Australia)
As cities vie to attract growing businesses, talent, and innovation in an increasingly global competition, renewables and utilities will have a key role in achieving their smart city goals. In this podcast, Marlene Motyka, Deloitte's US and Global Renewable Energy Leader and Bernadette Cullinane, Deloitte’s Australian Oil, Gas and LNG Leader, discuss renewable energy, smart cities, global insights and the diversity of trends that the energy industry is currently seeing.
21 minutes | Aug 22, 2019
Energy management—Balancing climate, cost, and choice (United States)
Businesses see opportunities to create new value by conserving resources, diversifying energy sources, procuring renewables, and deploying energy management systems and applications. Host Tanya Ott met with Stanley Porter, Vice Chairman and national industry leader for Deloitte’s Energy, Resources & Industrials (ER&I) practice and Marlene Motyka, US and Global Renewable Energy leader—authors of Deloitte’s 2019 Resources Study—to discuss how businesses and consumers are tackling climate change’s challenges and how to reduce carbon footprints.
15 minutes | Aug 1, 2019
Disruptive innovation in the retail power sector (Global)
Is the era of selling electricity as a commodity coming to an end? A big shift is underway in the retail power sector and the rise of three interrelated global trends, digitalization, decarbonization, and decentralization, are threatening the long term viability of traditional business models. The pace of change is increasing and retail power companies need to innovate to compete. Deloitte UK’s Duncan Barnes and Peter Sayburn discuss the major trends impacting the retail power market with host Susan McDonald.
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