IPCC Report on Climate Change Means Utility Companies Must Adapt

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Now that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has released its strongest research yet that attributes climate change in part to human activity, the imperative for a transformation of our electricity landscape is stronger than ever.

Some players are embracing their roll in rethinking how we power our homes and businesses, while others are retrenching and fighting to maintain their positions. Watch the video below to hear more about this struggle, and who might come out ahead.

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