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Deepak Seth was most recently Principal Director, Technology Consulting at Accenture. He provided Innovation and Thought Leadership as part of Accenture's CIO Advisory practice for clients in the...

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Can Tesla do to the utility sector what Uber did to urban transport and Airbnb did to the hotel industry ? The jury is still out.

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Matt Chester on May 4, 2020

There have been plenty of calls for the utility sector to evolve to the new structure-- a framework that was built during a time of a few central large-scale power plants is not necessarily suited to the new world of distributed, renewable, and customer-owned generation. It's no surprise Tesla would be the first one to try and take a crack at this, so definitely eager to see where it goes!

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Deepak Seth on May 4, 2020

Interesting times indeed. Winds of change may be blowing!

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