How to maximise the benefits of a system value approach | World Economic Forum

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How to maximise the benefits of a system value approach | World Economic Forum

How can we maximise the benefits of a system value approach?

General view of the Walney Extension offshore wind farm operated by Orsted off the coast of Blackpool, Britain September 5, 2018
All aspects of our energy networks – including transmission and distribution – must be transformedImage: REUTERS/Phil Noble

12 Oct 2020

  1. Kristen PaneraliHead of Electricity Industry, World Economic Forum
  2. Stephanie JamisonSenior Managing Director, Accenture Global Utilities Leader

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  • The path to an integrated zero-carbon energy system needs to take into account not only cost, but also system value.
  • The journey towards a sustainable energy transition has three stages.
  • Investments in renewables, efficiency and the grid come first and remain essential throughout the path

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