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2-Day Seminar: Gas & Electric Utility Cost-of-Service and Rate Design (New York City, United States – November 5-6, 2018) – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The "Gas
& Electric Utility Cost-of-Service and Rate Design"

conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

Understanding gas & electric utility rates and their relationship to
utility profits doesn't have to be confusing.

Master the fundamentals of energy rate-making and learn the financial
and accounting differences between regulated and unregulated businesses
with this comprehensive course.

This is a "must" seminar for anyone who is new to the utility industry
or who is impacted by the utility rate-making process.

What You Will Learn:

  • Plain English explanations of numerous gas & electric regulatory terms
    and concepts, and how the federal and state rate-making process works.
  • How gas & electric rate-making practices vary between investor owned
    utilities, municipal utilities, coops, and how these rate practices
    impact unregulated energy marketers.
  • The jargon used in the regulatory process, so that you can understand
    each step of a rate case.
  • Why utilities file rate cases and the types of analyses they conduct
    to support their proposals.
  • The difference between cost of service and market-based pricing, and
    how these rates are applied.
  • How various federal and state rate case procedures work, and how they
    differ.
  • What the different cost components of the base rate case are, and how
    they are determined.
  • The financial drivers for regulated utilities and how they differ from
    unregulated businesses
  • How to improve utility profitability through the rate-making process.
  • How different types of pricing structures are designed within rate
    proceedings

You Will Also Learn:

  • The specifics of various natural gas and electric rate structures; how
    to read a tariff; and how to analyze a gas & electric bill.
  • What rate structures benefit customers and suppliers, and when.
  • How rate structures are designed and applied in deregulated
    environments.
  • How to calculate comparisons between regulated and deregulated supply
    procurement.

For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/m3rff8/2day_seminar?w=4

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