Electric Rate Designs – Rate Structures that Reflect a Utility’s Costs
July 15, 2014
2 - 3:30 p.m. ET
Utilities are moving toward rate structures that more accurately reflect a utility’s cost structure. This webinar covers how these rates are developed and are often structured and how to determine whether particular rate structures are appropriate for individual utilities.
The speaker will discuss the following rate structures:
- Time of use rates
- Real-time pricing rates
- Coincident demand rates
- Seasonal rates
- Interruptible rates
- Load aggregation rates
- Economic development rates
Speaker: Mark Beauchamp, CPA, CMA, MBA, President, Utility Financial Solutions, Holland, Mich.
- Individual webinars: $89 for APPA members; $179 for nonmembers
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CPE Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge & Applications
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