For many, electricity is a service required for every facet of daily living. While communities depend on electricity heavily, they often don’t notice the extent to which they rely on it until their access is restricted. Providing reliable electricity to communities requires a significant amount of maintenance and cooperation.
— Jillian Jurczyk
2021 brought many unprecedented circumstances upon our lives. The COVID-19 pandemic damaged the economy, but several federal laws are currently in place to combat this hardship. Two of these laws support grant funding for the expansion of broadband to underserved areas. Now is the best time to take advantage of this federal funding and to plan to make the most of it.
— Dawn Lund
The last decade has been one of great change in the electric industry. With a shift away from coal and natural gas, it feels we were left with more questions than answers about what the new age of energy will hold. Electric vehicles have begun to enter the scene at an increasing rate and the cost for highly demanded renewable resources is shifting regularly. Time has given us perspective on electric utility, and we now have a clearer picture of where we’re heading and how it will affect the rates we rely upon.
— Mark Beauchamp
UFS explains how electrification can improve utility margins and lower customer costs.
Utility Financial Solutions LLC explains how to structure utility financial plans after the pandemic.