6 Questions to Ask Finance about Visioneering the Grid Technology of the Future
- Aug 17, 2020 9:25 pm GMT
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It’s that time again - budget season. Here are the 6 questions you need to ask your finance department to get support visioneering the grid technology of the future.
The future of grid networks is exciting. Technology is evolving at lightning speed and while no one really knows what the future will look like, we can all agree utilities will look different. Now for the bad news. Budget season is right around the corner. Have you spoken to your finance department about these changes? We all know that when the fall roll around, the accountants will be asking you to nail down a prediction for the utility’s financial future.
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