Challenges facing the energy sector
As energy giants look to diversify portfolios and shift to new business models in power generation and renewables, the pressure to invest in and realise bold strategies presents a real challenge. Our experience in transforming core business models and operations means we are well placed to support you in overcoming these challenges.
Increased capacity demands and the need for a greener energy mix is driving innovative new energy models. Moving production closer to where it is consumed is creating opportunities to take advantage of new revenue streams and rapidly develop new propositions, blurring the competitive boundaries between industries.
Demand for cleaner energy mix
New policies and consumer sentiment towards climate change have driven an unprecedented demand for clean energy. This has led to trillions of dollars in investment for greener technologies across the energy lifecycle, revolutionising incumbent business models for the first time in decades.
In this digital age, new technologies are transforming the energy value chain from production through to consumer. Competition can arise from unlikely sources. The ability to innovate constantly and scale quickly are among the most powerful tools an organisation can possess.
We are privileged to be working with some of the largest and most influential energy and utility organisations on their complex change programmes. View some of our client stories here.
Prioritising continuous improvement
Shifting the cultural focus of this national regulator to drive continuous improvement.
Developing a services-oriented operating model
Helping a network operator smash through its functional silos to focus on the customer.
Climbing the competitiveness rankings
Working with a distribution network operator to optimise its assets and improve workforce productivity.
”Gate One has a fantastic ability to integrate with our team as if they are one of us and to push and challenge us for the best possible results. We especially valued how they continuously brought in experience from the broader Gate One organisation, in addition to the team that was delivering.Director of capital projects for a distribution network operator