Call for Articles - Business Side of Running a Utility in 2022 - [Energy Central Special Issue Series]
- Feb 1, 2022 1:13 pm GMT
This item is part of the Business Side of Running a Utility in 2022 - February 2022 SPECIAL ISSUE, click here for more
For most customers, they equate utilities with the physical energy being generated and transmitted: power plants, major grid infrastructure, power substations and transformers, and even the digital sensors and technologies that make it all run smoothly. While of course these aspects are core to the industry, the power sector is at its core a business, and with that comes all the typical business considerations: workforce management, rate setting and billing, finding ways to minimize overhead, and so much more.
Looking to dive into the important particulars of the business side of the utility sector, Energy Central has set aside our Special Issue in February to invite community members to share their insights, case studies, white papers, and more on the business of the utility business. So, Energy Central Community, it's time for our next Special Issue entitled: "Business Side of Running a Utility in 2022."
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