6 Minute Utility Survey: Extreme Weather Events & Energy Transition

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Utilities! You are warmly invited to participate in an important new survey: Extreme Weather Events & Energy Transition

Click here to start the survey.

Why should you complete this survey?

1. Benchmark your preparedness to respond to extreme weather events with other utilities.

2. Assess your transition towards a clean and renewable energy future and benchmark yourself with other utilities.

Also the first 30 qualified respondents will receive a free copy of the book: Digital Business Transformation: How Established Companies Sustain Competitive Advantage From Now to Next, by Nigel Vaz and all respondents will be entered into a drawing to win a donation to a charity of their choice.

This should take about 6 minutes to complete and all individual responses are kept confidential.

We appreciate your participation! 

To participate, use this link or point your smart device at the QR code:








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