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Management Matters: Monthly Digest of Insights Shared by Your Peers in the Energy Central Utility Management Group – September 2, 2021

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Welcome to the Utility Management Group roundup, Management Matters. As always, your fellow group members are paying close attention to utility management trends and sharing their insights. This month’s selection includes information about using..

Wholesale Energy Prices, Bad Debt and the Price Cap are proving detrimental to Energy Suppliers

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Seven energy suppliers have exited the market so far in 2021 and more are expected to follow. We look at why suppliers are under so much pressure and the role Ofgem’s energy price cap and policies are playing.

Resiliency Doesn’t Just Happen: Assessing Risk and Mitigating Through Planning

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Resiliency is one of the hottest topics across the electric utility industry and many others, including gas, water, communications, and transportation. Across the globe, countries are electrifying more and more of their economies, and electric..

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