2 Feb.

Industry outlooks 2023: Power, utilities, and renewables

Power, Utilities & Renewables

Thursday, 01:00 p.m.  ET | 1 hr
Credits offered: CPE Event language: English

Participants will gain insights into trends that can help them gain momentum, reap value, meet goals, and advance the clean energy transition in the coming year.

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Key takeaways

Host: Stanley E. Porter, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Presenters: Marlene Motyka, principal, Deloitte DTBA
                      Jim Thomson, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP

1.0 Overview CPE credit | Specialized Knowledge

Many power, utilities, and renewable energy companies met goals in 2022 despite supply chain constraints, rising prices, and extreme weather. Increasing demand, innovation, and new policies could open opportunities in 2023. How can companies accelerate growth amid continuing headwinds?  We’ll discuss:

  • Key trends likely to affect the power, utilities, and renewable energy industries
  • The impact of new policies such as the Inflation Reduction Act
  • Challenges to address and opportunities to harness in the year ahead

Meet the speakers

Stanley Porter

Stanley Porter

US Industrial Products & Construction leader

Stanley serves as Deloitte’s US & Global Energy, Resources & Industrials (ER&I) Industry Leader. He oversees and drives the development and execution of the overall ER&I strategy across all geographies and businesses, including more than 44,000 professionals and serving close to 75% of the Global Fortune 500 clients. The ER&I industry practice represents the Industrial Products & Construction; Oil, Gas & Chemicals; Mining & Metals, and Power, Utilities & Renewables sectors. Stanley has more than 30 years of industry and global client leader experience, and has worked with some of the largest names in the industry on a range of business issues, assisting client executives in strategy, restructuring, mergers, operations optimization, and technology adoption. Dedicated to helping clients navigate the fourth Industrial Revolution and transitioning to a lower carbon future, Stanley has worked with clients to become more sustainable, develop decarbonizing strategies and energy-efficient solutions that address rising environmental and social challenges. He has published several articles on ESG, sustainable strategies, and smart energy management strategies for industrials. Stanley is proud to serve on the Millstein Center for Global Markets & Governance Board of Advisors, United States Energy Association Board of Directors, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington Board of Directors, and the Afterschool Alliance Board of Directors. He is a member of the Executive Leadership Council. Stanley has received a Bachelor of Science from Wofford College and Master of Business Administration from Duke University–Fuqua School of Business.

Marlene Motyka

Marlene Motyka

US Renewable Energy Leader

Marlene is Deloitte’s US Renewable Energy leader and a principal in Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP. She consults on matters related to valuation, tax, M&A, financing, business strategy, and financial modeling for the power, utilities and renewable energy sectors. Marlene has been at Deloitte for more than 22 years and holds a Master of Business Administration in finance from Rutgers University and a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Lehigh University.

Jim Thomson

Jim Thomson

US Power, Utilities & Renewables leader

Jim serves as the vice chair, US Power, Utilities & Renewables leader, as well as a lead client service partner for Deloitte Consulting LLP. A consulting principal based in Tampa, Jim has more than 30 years of consulting experience working with global power, utility, and renewable energy clients. He is focused on delivering solutions to complex and critical challenges within the industry and brings a strong passion for making a difference with some of our largest power, utility, and renewable energy businesses and their customers.

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