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Decarbonization Pathways for Utilities

Decarbonization Pathways for Utilities

Many regulators and political decision-makers are considering policy initiatives for reducing GHG emissions from the energy sector. But too often they seem to have tunnel vision on the various technology pathways available to achieve GHG emission reduction goals, favoring a particular set of technologies above others.

The Western Energy Institute, a prominent industry organization including all major electric utilities, gas utilities and pipelines in western North America, recently hosted a panel discussion on the topic of "What are the best decarbonization pathways for our customers?" The discussion was featured on the cover Western Energy magazine this spring. The article summarizes and draws conclusions on points of policy consensus across the utility industry on the decarbonization set of issues.



Bill Kemp, Enovation Partners

Mike Backstrom, Southern California Edison

Greg Caldwell, ATCO

Sharon Tomkins, Southern California Gas Company

For more information, contact: Bill Kemp

Enovation Partners named to Forbes America's Best Management Consulting Firms

Enovation Partners named to Forbes America's Best Management Consulting Firms

America’s Best
Management Consulting Firms 2019


Enovation was identified as one of the top 216 companies from across an industry of thousands of firms, and over 600,000 professionals.

Established in 2013, Enovation Partners is one of the ten newest firms on the list. Enovation was selected as one of the seven top small firms by Consulting Magazine in 2017, and a 'Rising Star' in 2016.

Forbes surveyed more than 8,500 executives - consulting clients and industry leaders - asking participants for the best consultancies across 16 industry segments and 16 types of consulting.

For the full report:
Forbes list - America’s Best Management Consulting firms 2019


Energy Overload

Cover Article in Consulting Magazine

 "Decreasing oil and natural gas prices, regulatory transformation and technological disruption means an increase in demand for innovative utility consultants ready to help clients meet the demands of a new energy consumer."

by Robert Zabors

“To a large degree, it’s about helping people build new companies, new ventures, or new business models,” says Enovation Partners’ founding director Bob Zabors, regarding energy storage challenges.