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Waterfall chart to compare revenue requirement applied for vs actual

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CEO (Previously Director, Regulated Accounting) Regulatory Learning Lab

I specialize in utility finance. My most recent role was as Director of Regulated Accounting and Finance prior to taking the opportunity to serve as CEO of the Regulaotry Learning Lab. My...

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Here is a template for a waterfall chart you might find helpful. I've shown it here using a regulatory revenue requirement comparison of actual results compared to the applied for amounts. Hope it is helpful! I specialize in utility financial areas so feel free to reach out if ever you would like to connect for a virtual coffee chat.

Kind regards,

Carolyn Scissons

CEO Regulatory Learning Lab

 

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