The Energy and Utilities industry is facing change in all areas.
A global climate tipping point is driving decarbonisation and the transition to more sustainable energy sources.
This is being driven by emerging technologies, stringent policy and regulatory change, and more demanding and discerning consumers, meaning that these challenging times are presenting an existential threat to many organisations.
Companies must evolve and adapt to respond to these significant challenges and explore ways to provide sustainable solutions for the world now and for the future.
Whether it is an evolving strategy, defining new operating models, understanding your customer needs, providing delivery assurance or driving through organisational transformation, Moorhouse can help you define and navigate the complex challenges ahead.
Energy retailers are experiencing extraordinary disruption within the market, through mergers, new entrants and a growing number of suppliers going under.
Moorhouse supports energy retailers with their most complex regulatory programmes; execution of technology programmes; ensuring consumers are at the heart of strategy, and supporting change on their most complex transformation programmes.
The ambition of carbon net zero is driving the energy transition agenda and covers a number of areas across the sector.
We have worked with Power Generators and Energy distributors in their move to renewables. We have also supported Oil & Gas companies with creating new revenue generating propositions.
Both gas and electricity networks are going through a period of significant change, as their business model change is in response to the decarbonisation of the energy system and the introduction of Smart meters.
We are supporting energy network organisations with identifying their customer needs and by providing programme assurance and delivery capability and access to our digital & technology and change management experience.
The oil and gas sector is going through a massive disruption – economic and political instability, decreasing oil demand and stakeholder sustainability concerns mean that organisations have to develop new business models, adopt new technology, eliminate inefficiency and rapidly evolve to the energy companies of tomorrow.
Moorhouse can help to design new strategies and operating models, implement digital and technology solutions and respond to operational and cost challenges by providing robust, pragmatic programme and change management capabilities.
As power generation decentralises and renewables increasingly play a role in the mix, organisations are rethinking their future.
Moorhouse has supported power generation organisations define their long-term strategic goals and pragmatically helped turn their strategy into action through the design and delivery of operating models, using our programme and change management capabilities.
The water industry is facing some of its biggest challenges. Unattainable customer expectations, ageing infrastructure, demand for industry-wide reform, and climate change mean that the need to transform existing business models, invest in innovative technology and develop new ways of working has never been more important.
Moorhouse has extensive experience working with regulators and water companies and can help to design new operating models, implement digital and technology solutions, and apply award-winning business transformation expertise to some of the industry’s most complex challenges.