The Future Electric Utility: Regulatory Change
June 2, 2015
The growing risk to a significant municipal asset – electric utilities – and the increasing localization of energy decision-making with draw more municipalities into provincial regulatory discussions.
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Municipal owners of electric utilities have an interest in seeing proactive regulatory change that helps pave the way to a new energy future.
The recently-announced fixed monthly charge to consumers will help mitigate the risk to LDCs and their owners but will not be sufficient.
I look forward to hearing from speakers at this week’s conference – The LDC of the Future – as they consider other regulatory options including the creation of new business models that would allow LDCs to engage effectively in the transition to a new energy market.