For The 21st Century
So it begins again. After several financially tumultuous years, executives at many of the nation's top utilities can once again look to the horizon and ask the growth question worthy of a Caesar: "What worlds to conquer?"
Utility executives are emboldened by bulging free cash flows, improved credit quality, lower operations and maintenance costs, favorable regulatory treatment, growing service territories, and increasing demand for power.
Achieving financial returns from increasing customer satisfaction.
Every utility focuses on effectively managing infrastructure and capital assets. However, one important balance sheet asset may be overlooked and under-leveraged-the customer.
The Ten Most Intriguing Business Decisions in the Post-Enron World.
Northern gas rush proves timely for power generators.
How building capabilities for repeated M&A can increase shareholder value.
An analysis of the latest wave of unbundling, re-bundling, and convergence plays in the gas-power industries.
Public Utilities Fortnightly and POWERdat®