Be There in 2020
Fortnightly Magazine - March 2019
The panel consisted of Leo Denault, CEO of Entergy, Arshad Mansoor, senior vice president of EPRI, Connecticut’s Elin Swanson Katz, president of NASUCA, and N. Carolina’s Edward Finley, first vice president of NARUC.
Changing the Game
Business models will be tailored to meet market purpose and require pricing approaches that match the nature of the offering to how customers perceive value.
PUF met with the PSC's three commissioners and its staff.
"We developed a pilot program allowing periodic rate increases without filing a full-blown rate case, to reduce the time to process rural electric cooperative rate cases."
"We are trying to bring a private sector perspective to the process."
"We are responsible for setting rates that are fair, just and reasonable, not accepting rates that someone else has agreed to. That’s a culture change from the utility perspective."
"We tag-team a lot of work. She takes the rate cases, and I take all the administrative-type cases."
"We do placement of cell towers in areas that do not have local planning and zoning."
"More focus is given to the reasonableness of the settlement."