The ongoing transformation of the power sector opens the door for new value to be captured thanks to the deployment of new technology, and for some of that value to be returned to consumers. In a presentation to the members of the National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates (NASUCA), Richard Sedano discussed key trends, ways value can be produced, as well as the importance of regulation and utility accountability to maintain consumer protection in a fast-changing landscape. He also outlined the key conversations going on nationally, from statewide policy processes to the community of interest among proponents of power sector reform.