April 16 – May 28, 2020
For much of public power’s history, reliability of service was the primary concern. However, in this age of technological transformation—from AMI meters to distributed generation and artificial intelligence—utilities need to do more to thrive. Learn how to use data from AMI meters, customers and other sources, to make informed decisions that can lead to transformational changes, increased revenues, and lower rates for all customers.
Learn how your utility can meaningfully increase the rate of electrification in your service territory by promoting specific technologies that are best suited to your business climate and customers. In place of rebates and incentives, find out how to create emissions and electric rate reductions and mass-scale adoption of the right technologies.
Hear how research and AMI meter data analysis can be used to determine what technologies are best for your utility and how understanding your customer base helps you market those products to them. Discuss the importance of margins, the case for electrification, and how to design data-driven customer programs that deliver actual results.
This series includes the following webinars—each held from 2-3 p.m. Eastern. Sign up for webinars individually or register for the series at a discounted rate. You’ll automatically get access to recordings and slides for future reference.
- Evidence Based Approaches to Electrification: Running a Data-Driven Utility: April 16
- The Business Case for Electrification: April 30
- Data-driven Program Design: May 14
- Untapped Potential: Using Data to Inform Decision Making: May 28
Designed for all levels of utility professionals and policymakers to take an in-depth look at the insights data can provide to utilities and how to use data to improve operations and customer programs. Even if your utility doesn’t have AMI, this series will help you understand what data is available and how it can empower your decision-making process.
- Gary Smith, Director of Programs, Sagewell
- Richard Carr, Director of Analytics, Sagewell
Have questions? Contact 202/467-2997 or EducationInfo@PublicPower.org.