Frontlines & Op-Ed
CROPS Determines the Best Measures
Navigant’s Global Energy Practice Leader
Electricity Sector Focus
Future of Rate Design
Why leaders drive diversity
Economists can show how buyers benefit when there is a broader pool of sellers competing with each other. This is true whether a buyer is a family looking for a restaurant meal or a utility seeking a new hire or a contractor. In the following nine conversations with utility execs and regulators and others in our industry, we heard again and again how diversity spend and diversity in the workplace increases competition and rewards companies and their consumers. Check out what leaders at Duke Energy, Exelon/BGE, Sempra/SDG&E, etc. told us about why they drive diversity:
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Finding Good Answers
Energy Efficiency Solutions
It's not news that power systems across the United States are experiencing an upheaval. With the greater deployment of energy efficiency, renewable energy and distributed resources, as well as different usage patterns and customer demands, today's grid is struggling to perform to our expectations.
Transitioning to a more modern electrical grid will require changes to the pricing structures used by electric utilities, moving beyond the traditional two-part rate with its roots in the nineteenth century.