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Chief Executive Officer, Alkaline Fuel Cell Power Corp

Mr. Carnevale is the Chief Executive Officer of Alkaline Fuel Cell Power Corp. ("AFCP") (NEO:PWWR OTCQB:ALKFF). AFCP is a diversified investment platform developing affordable, renewable, and...

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If utilities don't change business model, processes, CIS, to become a Trusted Advisor to customers, they will fail or be pushed to actually become a low-cost ubiquitous distrbutor, of which they aren't eve at today. It's complicated, but there is only one way.

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Matt Chester on Oct 27, 2020

Change isn’t easy, and pulling the energy industry through this energy transformation is more like pushing rope, but if it doesn’t change quickly enough, then customers will have their needs met by others. Period.

Couldn't agree more with this. Traditionally, the utility industry has been more stagnant and resistant to change-- are you seeing glimmers of hope from leaders that that paradigm is finally shifting, Frank?

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