New customers. Partnering rivals. Outside players invading new territory. Energy is changing in surprising and unpredictable ways. Connect with us every other week as DNV GL leadership shares perspectives and opinions on the converging energy landscape.
Should I look to form a strategic alliance? And if so, with whom? This question is on the minds of many energy executives looking for ways to survive—and thrive—in the energy Convergence. As just one recent example, Google and Walmart have announced a partnership that brings together Walmart’s huge retail
Sonnen recently announced a deal that brings the energy Convergence into sharp focus—on real estate. Through a contract with an Arizona homebuilder, Sonnen’s battery systems will be integrated with rooftop solar on new homes. Homebuyers won’t have to worry about getting separate financing for their solar panels or their battery
I am convinced that the value in continuing the Convergence conversation is to understand not only the implications of events within our industry, but to look beyond the Energy space to form unexpected connections, identify unexpected opportunities. You have likely read about Volvo announcing to offer electric and hybrid car
While the DNV GL 2017 Energy Executive Forum in Dana Point, CA has come and gone, what has remained top-of-mind for me is the importance of keeping the Convergence conversation going. In today’s disruptive energy environment, cross-sector perspective is a powerful advantage. In the aftermath of the United States’ exit
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