Video: game-changers disrupting the global energy sector
A number of disruptive ‘game-changers’ have recently emerged, fundamentally altering how we approach energy production and use. Any surviving illusion that the energy industry can remain static without dramatic adaptation to new and unexpected circumstances has been displaced by these developments.
In this video interview, energy partner Clint Vince discusses how developments and innovations in the energy sector are affecting companies. This video examines:
- the impact of globalisation on the energy industry
- physical and cyber threats to the grid
- disruptive technologies
- climate change
- how utilities and other energy companies are adapting
Click on the link below to watch this video from Dentons.
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