Originally published on Ililani Media

In the 1980s Ma Bell (AT&T) was broken up. The U.S. telecommunications industry underwent a revolution that swept away a hundred years of continuity. Companies formed, died and re-emerged. Transformational technological breakthroughs occurred. Cell phones replaced land lines.

A year ago the Edison Electric Institute published “Disruptive Challenges: Financial Implications and Strategic Responses to a Changing Retail Electric Business.” The Edison Electric Institute is the national trade association of electric utilities. The threat is real. Utilities need to change.

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