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
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
- How to improve utility profitability through the rate-making process.
How different types of pricing structures are designed within rate
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
How to calculate comparisons between regulated and deregulated supply
For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/m3rff8/2day_seminar?w=4
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