Today, utilities companies must navigate an incredible volume of change, forcing them to reconsider virtually everything they do.
Not only do utilities need to plan for higher loads, but most of the newly built generation will also involve intermittent renewables, like wind and solar, including a significant portion of customer sited distributed energy resources (DERs). Renewables offer a critical tool for meeting decarbonization mandates, but variable resources also pose challenges for utilities.
These and other changes require innovation. Though often overlooked, ratemaking accounts for one of these changes. Read more in the Playbook How Modern Rate Structures Drive Customer Satisfaction and Achieve Utility Strategic Objectives.