In Support Of Ohio’s PowerForward Initiative – And A Call For Customer-Centric Strategies
March 20, 2018
Earlier this month, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio held the latest in a series of discussions about how to best prepare the state’s energy infrastructure to face and overcome the challenges of the future.
Called PowerForward, these public conversations began last year and explore issues ranging from grid modernization and regulations to rate-setting and identifying technologies that can positively impact market participants. Our president and chief executive officer, Sayun Sukduang, was one of the featured speakers.
ENGIE believes these events are important to Ohio. The coming energy revolution will make critical demands of the state’s power sector, requiring new approaches to how electricity is produced, distributed, and consumed.
J.D. Burrows, ENGIE’s vice president of marketing, wrote a feature for Columbus Business First that expressed our support for the PUCO’s vision and analyzed ways the industry can successfully navigate the changes that are on the horizon. One of his central arguments is that in order to assure security of supply, predictable prices, and environmental responsibility, we must focus on strategies that put power where it belongs:
In the hands of customers.
To read J.D.’s article, click here.