Utiligroup has launched its new strategy, Towards Energy2.0, introducing capabilities to further extend its disruptive innovation in enabling evolving customer benefit in a digitally connected world.
The associated capabilities introduce a profound shift towards a digitally powered energy economy for its fast growing base of industry leading customer challenger clients.
Energy2.0 is Utiligroup’s framework of change enablement for those creating agile, dynamic utilities to leverage digitisation, distributed communications and growing device and data sources to the benefit of customers over time. The energy environment is rapidly catching up with other sectors, with smart metering and its central Data Communications Company (DCC) infrastructure providing the inflection point of change to harness disruptive innovation, customer expectation shift and extensive market change in an accelerating cycle of continuous change.
CEO Matthew Hirst said: “Utiligroup is dedicated to enabling better and growing competition that brings real benefits to end consumers, with part of this focus including the creation of disruptive value for those providing the utility services. We delivered this first through our enablement of competitive entry and growth at scale and then through introducing community energy and empowering collective switching.
“In a rapidly changing world where everything and everyone is always connected, we are delighted to help drive this transformational shift to create a new world of energy services that inspires pioneering service providers to unlock the next waves of customer benefit.”
To date, Utiligroup has enabled more than 26 new entrant suppliers to break into the industry and manages two million customer registrations for suppliers. Clients include a host of well-known energy providers – both UK and overseas-based – including The Co-Operative Energy, Ovo Energy and Robin Hood Energy.
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