What business model can Stadtwerke still exist in 10 years on the market? Frankfurt/Main, March 31, 2011 the energy sector is in a State of flux and therefore arises also for the approximately 700 public utilities in Germany the question of what business model they want to go in the coming years. Gone are the days of surrounded balance sheets? The energy concept presented by the Federal Government until a few months ago is already outdated by the dramatic events in Japan and must be readjusted. For the municipal utilities but also immense challenges arise great opportunities. All of a sudden, the investment plans shelved due to the original plans for the extension of nuclear power plants must be considered in a new light. How should the public utilities react now, to take advantage of all collected calling for a faster restructuring of the energy system? Almost worse weighs the break in the gas market. With the rapid decline of oil price binding provided the traditional supply relationships in the public utilities to a hard test. To do this, it applies to the municipal utilities, to seize the opportunity of new trends such as smart meters and nets or electro-mobility for themselves and not by the energy companies to be suspended. On the Dow Jones Stadtwerke Forum 2011 on June 7 in Frankfurt am main high-profile practitioners take the future prospects of the municipal utilities in the views.
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