Global power and renewables companies are at the center of the energy trilemma, as they aim to grow low-carbon portfolios while balancing affordability and resilience of supply. Meanwhile, an array of factors—spanning competition, policy shifts, global supply chains and capital markets—is generating new strategic considerations for the sector. How are companies responding to these countervailing forces, and what are some of the strategies being deployed to achieve global power market objectives while enhancing corporate profitability? Have recent market conditions altered these approaches? How do strategies and portfolios differ across the competitive landscape?