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Utility players are investing massively in full-fibre infrastructure. Why? What are the incentives to enter these specific markets and to diversify their activities ?
This report analyses five specific case studies of energy companies fully involved in FTTH markets in their home country.
These five cases serve to understand the diversification of their core business and provide insights to other power utilities considering if, and how, to diversify their business model.
The report offers a detailed perspective of player strategies in five countries.
- Denmark: Waoo
- Iceland: Ljósleiðarinn (Reykjavik Fibre Network)
- Ireland: SIRO
- Italy: Open Fiber
- United States: EPB
The analysis explores how each player is responding strategically to the changing landscape.
Based on this detailed one-by-one study, a synthesis of best practices is then made, extracting the key messages of the main business models implemented.
- AMÉRIQUE DU NORD
- AURA Fiber
- Bredband Nord
- City of Reykjavik
- Connect America Fund
- Department of Energy
- Energi Fyn
- ICE Group
- Ljósleiðarinn (see RFN)
- NEF RAH
- Open Fiber
- Reykjavik Energy
- Reykjavik Fibre Network (RFN)
- Sydfyns Elforsyning